Characters from Clue – Visual Trivia

Growing up, Clue was always among my favorite board games. (Deduction games remain a favorite genre.) And the 1985 film Clue (rated 7.3 out of 10 at IMDb and 86% audience score at Rotten Tomatoes) remains one of the most successful board-game-to-movie adaptations of all time.

In this visual trivia game, your job is to identify the characters from a classic edition of the board game Clue, along with the characters – and the actors who played them – from the 1985 film.

Scoring:

  • For numbers 1 to 6, you earn 1 point for the character’s name.
  • For numbers 7 to 14, you earn 1 point for the character’s name plus 1 point for the actor’s name.

(Click on the image, or here, for a larger version.)

Good luck!

(If you’re reading this on the front page of my website, click through for the answers. Otherwise, scroll down.)

SPOILER ALERT: The complete list of answers follows.

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ANSWERS:

  1. Miss Scarlet
  2. Mrs. Peacock
  3. Mrs. White
  4. Mr. Green
  5. Col. Mustard
  6. Prof. Plum
  7. Prof. Plum, played by Christopher Lloyd
  8. Col. Mustard, played by Martin Mull
  9. Mr. Green, played by Michael McKean
  10. Mrs. Peacock, played by Eileen Brennan
  11. Mrs. White, played by Madeline Kahn
  12. Miss Scarlet, played by Leslie Ann Warren
  13. Wadsworth, played by Tim Curry
  14. Yvette, played by Colleen Camp

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS: 22

Thanks for playing this trivia game! I hope you enjoyed it. (You can find more trivia games here.)

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