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A clue refers to information that may lead a person to a specific conclusion. "Having or getting a clue" means someone who gets it and/or understands something. It comes from the ancient Greek myth of the Labyrinth where the hero Theseus used a clew, or ball of twine, to solve the Minotaur's labyrinth.

Clue may also mean:

The plural, Clues, may refer to:

  • Clues, a Star Trek: The Next Generation episode
  • Clues: A Journal of Detection, a scholarly journal of crime fiction
  • Clues (band), indie pop band from Montreal
  • Clues (album), a 1980 album by Robert Palmer
  • Clues (album), a 2009 album by the band Clues
  • Arthur Clues, Australian rugby league footballer

See also


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From Wikiquote

Clue is a 1985 U.S. comedy film based on the boardgame Clue (a.k.a. Cluedo). The film uses the characters and murder mystery premise of the boardgame as the basis for a quickfire farce.

Directed by Jonathan Lynn. Written by John Landis and Jonathan Lynn.
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Mrs. White

  • Men should be like Kleenex: soft, strong, and disposable.
  • I hated her... so... much, It–it... the f–, it–flame... flames... flames on the side of my face, breathing, breath... heaving breaths... heaving...


Col. Mustard: I prefer Kipling myself. "The female of the species is more deadly than the male." Do you like Kipling, Miss Scarlet?
Miss Scarlet: Sure, I'll eat anything.

Wadsworth: I'm merely a humble butler.
Col. Mustard: What exactly do you do?
Wadsworth: I buttle, sir.

Wadsworth: Professor Plum, you were once a professor of psychiatry specializing in helping paranoid and homicidal lunatics suffering from delusions of grandeur.
Professor Plum: Yes, but now I work for the United Nations.
Wadsworth: So your work has not changed.

Mrs. Peacock: Yvette, is there a little girls' room in the hall?
Yvette: Oui, oui, madame.
Mrs. Peacock: No, I just I want to powder my nose.

Mr. Green: Why is J. Edgar Hoover on your phone?
Wadsworth: I don't know. He's on everybody else's, why shouldn't he be on mine?!

[Col. Mustard looks into the study.]
Col. Mustard: Just checking.
Mrs. Peacock: Everything all right?
Col. Mustard: Yep, two corpses, everything's fine.


  • It's Not Just A Game Anymore.
  • Murder, madness, mystery, and mayhem. More fun than you can imagine.
  • Seven Suspects, Six Weapons, Five Bodies and Three Endings.


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