Grey. 4. He is often in league with Mr. Boddy behind many of the devious schemes that occur at the expense of the other residents, only to discover himself on the short end of the stick. UK Super Challenge: Artistically updated version of the original Mrs. White; now given a body. 5. 1972 US: Portrayed in photograph as an elderly buffoon, wearing a tweed suit and sporting white fuzzy mutton chops and moustache. At the end, Mr. Greene was getting angry glares from the public. This is the list of the special characters that have been released occasionally or having limited releases. Her character also acts as connecting character for many instances: She worked for Miss Scarlett's escort agency and one of her clients was Colonel Mustard. Mr. Green is one of only two characters in the Clue VCR game whose first name (Lyman) is revealed. Goals He plans to build luxury houses in the Arctic. Book series: In the books, Mr. Gerald Green is a greedy, conniving guest of Mr. Boddy, who never lets the chance slip away to make a quick buck. Needless to say, the wills were as insane as Boddy himself; a trait shared with his sister Madame Rose, and his son Sgt. Though the cannon for this edition indicated she is a housekeeper, but now also stated to be Mr. Boddy's sister. He appeared as an Englishman named Wadsworth, who was always ever so neat and tidy with his buttling. 1996 UK: Again Plum has become an archaeologist who is seeking the proper funding for his next expedition to Egypt. Xenophobic Businessman. Super Cluedo: Madame Rose returns once more in Britain’s Super Cluedo, however her name had been inexplicably changed to Mme Mystique and her colou went from pink to orange. Portrayed by Malcolm Stoddard. Book series: Col. Martin Mustard is characterized in the books as a man with a spicy temper. Boddy is celebrating his 30th birthday and reopening of his mansion, Tudor Mansion. But if you wanna know who killed Mr. Boddy, I did. 71 % Shaak Ti 1. He also believes that the African is, by nature, corrupt … He is the result of a love affair between Mr. Boddy and Mrs. White, and like his mother, he too is colour blind. 1990 – Robin Ellis, Christmas Special – David Robb, 1991 – Michael Jayston, 1992 – Lewis Collins, 1993 – Leslie Grantham. Clue the VCR Game: Also in 1985 the butler appeared in the VCR games. She is holding a Candlestick on the box. Seeing the citizens angry, Mr. Greene commented that the condos were never meant for them but the "1%". 1972 US: Portrayed in photograph as a skittish domestic servant shown to be rather timid and having a lot to hide. 2002 US: A more cubist rendition of 1996 US Scarlet, Josephine Scarlet is the daughter of Mrs. Patricia Peacock, though the two are not on speaking terms. He is played by Jeffrey Kramer. Brunette's name is derived from one of the oldest originally created and filed in the patent as that of Mr. Brown, but not previously used in a published game and appropriately represented by a brown-coloured token. Mr. Boddy is the ultrapatriotic McCarthy supporter and blackmailing owner of the mansion, now titled Hill House. Of the three, only the name Peach would be re-used for other official characters. Greenest of the green characters is Hulk, a.k.a. Ian Masque is the owner of an isolated mountain estate in Switzerland. Crushed on his plan was foiled, Norm storms into Mr. Greene's office who thanks him for his "support". Aside from being murdered, his role in the standard games ends here. He is a crack-shot and sleeps with a revolver under his pillow. He wears a yellow tuxedo and is an expert in weapons and conspiracy. Portrayed by Jean Alexander. He is the game's second comedy relief. He claims that this is a perk that was intended for Europeans to leave hot, humid, muggy Lagos to get to a cooler climate. Looking up at a large television screen, showing that Mr. Greene and Councilwoman Klubeck are under investigation for bribery charges. Clue FX: Wife of the deceased Mr. Meadow-Brook whose murder investigation was headed by Miss Peach with the aid of Lady Lavender, Prince Azure, and Lord Grey. He leapt from the comic … The short lived interactive video game series from Hasbro introduced five new characters alongside the usual six: Ian Masque, Marina Popov, Martin Urfe, Sabata, and Dr. Julia Kell. Mr. Green is a character of the murder, mystery-comedy Clue: the Musical. John Green is shown as an evangelical minister with a heavy build who has a reputation from fraud, money laundering and smuggling. Clue the Movie: The butler was a lead character in the 1985 film Clue played by Tim Curry. He is usually a military man both dignified, dapper and dangerous. In most of his incarnations, he is a deceitful Frenchman out to con others for his own personal gain. Marina Popov is an attractive blonde-haired Russian psychic. He first made his debut when one of his employees, Vera Brightly, making advertising deals to make the arctic more luxury. She came to predict the death of Mr. Boddy, but perhaps was the one to kill him? Her portrayal is that of an egotistical, sarcastic madam who runs a secret (but hardly that secret) escort service in Washington. Green's church; disaster ensues. 2002 US: Wealthy anthropologist, Mr. John Boddy, died just short of his 30th birthday. Killed by Professor Plum with the dagger in the billiard room. Strangled to death by Professor Plum with the black tie in the billiard room. Clue the VCR Game: Miss Scarlet, played by Janet Wong, is again portrayed as Asian, and now an international spy who specializes in freelance espionage. Seeing them ganging up, Mr. Greene hangs on as he falls into a manhole. He appears to be an art dealer who came to value one of Boddy's paintings with the intent of stealing it, and replacing it with a fake. He is given the Lead Pipe by Mr. Boddy. Short summary describing this character. FOLLOW Us. He is one of Mr. Boddy's contacts who had information on Colonel Mustard as he was Mustard's chauffeur during the War. There might be more to him however than there seems: in two of the endings he is an FBI agent, and in one of the endings, the character turns out to be the actual Mr. Boddy (and is eventually shot by Mr. Green in the hall with the revolver). 2002 US: A more cubist rendition than before; Blanche White is shown with short hair and a sinister expression. Clue Mysteries: She is given the name Jane. Killed by Reverend Green with the ice pick in the kitchen. However, they escape and send the condos plummeting into the bottom of the ocean. She was known as Miss Scarlet in the North American version after 1963. This indicated a master fraud and manipulator. 1972 US: Portrayed in a photograph as a young charming looking University professor, who gives off a sort of a leer. She is usually having disastrous affairs with many men, including Colonel Mustard 1990 – Tracy Louise Ward, Christmas Special – Toyah Willcox, 1991 – Koo Stark, 1992 – Lysette Anthony, 1993 – Jerry Hall. 2.2 George Biddle – An insurance assessor visits to re-insure the valuables in the Grange. Clue the Movie: The first "outsider" to arrive at Hill House, the Motorist seems to be an unfortunate middle-aged man who seeks shelter from the rain as his 1953 Chevrolet Bel Air has broken down. She had previously suffered three disastrous marriages resulting in the husband’s death. 2000 UK/Super Cluedo/Passport to Murder: Almost identical to the 1996 US Plum, he appears to be a little more refined with his hair more neatly combed. Believing Norm to be an "assassin", he gets a tranquilizer gun and goes to the fish restaurant. 85. 2016 UK/US: Dr. Orchid is Boddy/Black's adopted daughter and had been expelled from a Swiss private school due to a daffodil accident. Super Sleuth: The inspector is a non-playable character that blocks spaces. Clue the Movie: The 1985 film has two policeman characters arrive at the mansion. However, in one of the three different endings of the film he is actually an undercover F.B.I. Clue iOS/Android Game Here, Gray is an Inspector, and is depicted in a grey suit and cloak, wearing gloves, and sporting black shades and a large beard. Head mounted on a red pawn. Mrs. White poisoned him in the drawing room. Obi's boss at the Civil Service, Mr. Green is an old Englishman, accustomed to the ways of colonialism and the mindset of such. However, in Super Cluedo, her colour inexplicably changes to pink, as Mme Mystique (Rose) instead assumes orange. Making her first appearance in the Clue world, Miss Melba Peach arrives purely by ‘accident’ when her car breaks down on the bridge connecting Boddy Mansion with the rest of the world. In 1985, Parker Bros. released the Clue VCR Mystery Game, introducing the first new official characters in the Cluedo world in 36 years. 1972 US: Portrayed in photograph as a gnarly old busybody. Master Detective: Here, Col. Algernon Mustard is portrayed as a distinguished elderly gentleman who had had a history of glittering achievements and has traveled far to see Mr. Boddy on a matter of grave importance. Otherwise, his appearance was the same as the Inspector persona. Clue Mysteries: He is given the name Alfred. Mr Green's Characters (24 / 187) Last updated: Jedi . Type of Villain She speaks English only passably and with an accent. Along with it came some new characters. Killed by Mrs Peacock with the poison in the dining room. With the revolver. Mr. Green. Black. Plum has come to Boddy/Black, looking for more fun. Discover the Secrets: Mrs. White had been completely reinvented as Diane White, an aspiring former child actress waiting for her day of recognition. MR. MEN™ LITTLE MISS™ Copyright © 2020 THOIP (a Sanrio company). Clue the VCR Game: Plum was played by Jack Neary. She claims to have seen many wars come and go and gets an eye squint from spying in keyholes. Book series: In the books, Mrs. Whillemina White is shown as a jealous two-faced servant who smiles politely when serving the guests, while giving hateful sneers behind their backs. Her portrayal is that of a pale and tragic widow who allegedly murdered her previous five husbands. 4.5 Terrence Radcliffe – Mrs. Peacock's new financial advisor who is a little too eager for business. He is represented by an Azure blue token. 3.3 Max Gold – A multi-millionaire buys Arlington Grange with the intentions to turn it into a theme park. His poor dealings in money often land him hard on the receiving end of being blackmailed. 1986 US: Mr. Green is portrayed as a plump, pompous looking business man with grey hair. Portrayed by Daniel Peacock. His appearance now gives him red hair that is completely disheveled with a flyaway look. 1949 UK: Reverend Green was first portrayed as a plump, elderly priest with a withdrawn expression. Sgt. 85. Hobby Grey, Madame Rose shares the main Boddy family trait…insanity. His hair has slowly returned and he now has a skinnier figure. She receives the Rope tied in a noose as a gift from Mr. Boddy. Like her brother Mr. Boddy and nephew Sgt. He appears as an older, sombre man with unkempt hair. UK Super Challenge: Artistically updated version of the original Mrs. Peacock; now given a body. Ms. Green is round (as she is a Milk Chocolate M&M), like all other M&M's, and she has a green-colored shell around her body. For her first appearance in the world of Clue, Rose is presented as Mr. Boddy’s psychic sister. 2000 UK/Super Cluedo/Passport to Murder: Miss Scarlet is still a brunette with whom all the gentlemen are quite smitten. She is appropriately represented by a lavender token. Mrs. Peacock is the stock character of a grande dame, an elderly yet still attractive woman who maintains her dignity in almost all cases in most versions. Cluedo TV-series: Rev. Apparently, the church coffers were low on funds which inspired him to respond to his invitation to see Dr. Black. 1963 US: Cartoon caricature of a young clean-shaven soldier in full-out regalia. 83 % Jedi Knight Anakin 1. A portrait of Mr. Greene was shown in one of the model homes in the Arctic when Norm, his three lemmings friends, and Socrates went to investigate in the place of Norm's grandfather. Discover the Secrets: Mrs. Peacock has been completely reinvented as Eleanor Peacock, a manners-freak with a nose for politics. Reservoir Dogs (1992) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. She has three long, black, eyelashes on each eye and she has thin black eyebrows like the rest of the M&Ms. SNES Game: Mr. Green is the usual bullying mobster. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Boddy (US) is the owner of Tudor Close (later Tudor Manor and Tudor Hall), who takes the stock character of a generic victim. The second police character, usually known as The Chief, initially seems to be a gag character, an evangelist who comes to the door talking about "the Kingdom of Heaven." Very little is known about him, and he is basically a stock-character of the eccentric millionaire. He is later revealed to be a dishonest police officer in the Washington area. Grey who shares White’s colour-blindness. Captain Kangaroo was an American children's television series that aired weekday mornings on the American television network CBS for 29 years, from 1955 to 1984, making it the longest-running nationally broadcast children's television program of its day. At home, Vera sees Olympia's books and a picture of Mr. Greene on it, seeing her daughter what she feels and remember her words Vera wrote an e-mail letter saying she's quit. He is given the Wrench from Mr. Boddy. She is given a rather saucy music theme. 2016 UK/US - Mr. Green is a con man, who under various guises has settled with the identity of Reverend Green. Boddy (US) is the owner of Tudor Close (later Tudor Manor and Tudor Hall), who takes the stock character of a generic victim. Quality Of Character: It's hard to get a handle on Mr. Green because there's a 1/3rd chance he's just playing a character and intentionally spilling shit. Screaming and insulting them for help, question them do they know who he is until he was screaming, stating they were rats. Origin She is situated on a turquoise base, correlating with her Namesake (Meadow/Green, Brook(e)/Blue). He was played by Chuck Cason. Under the pseudonym of the Crimson Lady, she’d be more successful if not for her accomplice, Colonel Mustard. SNES Game: The usual beautiful and charming Miss Scarlet. When Norm's grandfather knew something was wrong, he was captured, leading others to believe he disappeared. She was played by Kellye Nakahara. Reaching the approval rate, Councilwoman Klubeck states it can't work until Norm publicly announced "I support Green Homes in the Arctic". Green on the 2002 US board, which is explained by giving Mr. Green the past of a former ordained minister. Her herbal business makes her successful, wealthy, and entertained, and also quite spoiled, but it is also stated that she wants even more and concocts plants to spice up her life. In the original game he was Reverend Green. Her thematic music is light and airy. 85. Book series: In the books, Mrs. Peacock is notable for her overbearing attention to the social etiquette of her fellow guests. Though sometimes unnamed, the character has made appearances under the names Wadsworth, Didit, Ashe and Hogarth. Portrayed by Joanna Van Gyseghem. 83 % Ahsoka Tano 2. She is the longtime nanny and cook to Mr. Boddy/Dr. Learn Clue the VCR Game II: The priggish Inspector Pry is the narrator for the game. 7. 3.6 Clive Moxton – Miss Scarlett's new fiancee is not all whom he appears to be. On the box, he stands clutching a book, while hovering over a table that has a Knife jabbed into it. A green-tinted suit, slicked back hair and a cigar to chomp on is needed to pull off the sleazy business man, Mr. Green. Portrayed by Nick Berry. He is an arrogant man, who believes that the African is "corrupt through and through" and that it is … Richard was killed by Miss Scarlett with the knife in the library. She is portrayed as a stiff matronly housekeeper, who wrinkles her nose in her own displeasure such as having to ride in a third-class coach with rowdy passengers. UK Super Challenge: Artistically updated version of the original Miss Scarlet; now given a body. For the first time, he is wearing his classic bow tie and glasses. 1992 US: Again, Mrs. Peacock has returned to being a stylish socialite with an elegant hairdo and blue evening gown. From most of the info gathered, Mr. Boddy collects memoirs of famous spies as well as art, had an ex-secretary by the name of Madame Rose and supposedly has painted an exotic beauty several times in his Studio. Her name was originally Rhoda Rosengarten before moving back to Hungary to set up her paranormal business. The character of Green has been given two different personas in the Cluedo world. Okay, Chief, take 'em away. The Classic Mystery Game: "Scarlet" is now an alias for the youthful Natalia DeSousa. 85. Discover the Secrets: Mr. Boddy/Dr. Portrayed by Simon Shepherd. 90 % Jedi Knight Revan 2. MR GONE *Notice: All Character sheets hosted on this web site were created by MrGone (unless otherwise noted) and may be reprinted for personal use. She discreetly keeps tabs on the fellow guests in her diary. However, he is murdered (with the wrench in the lounge) while making a telephone call. Incorporate houses in the Arctic (failed).Dispose of Norm and his grandfather (failed). In North America, he is Mr. Green, who has taken many money-oriented roles from mobster to businessman. He is played by Bill Henderson. Gray" and FX gave us "Lord Gray" (Lord Grey in UK editions), an investigator who looked more like a journalist. He also is smoking a pipe; a trait that would also be associated with Plum over time. She possesses negative attitudes about Africans, but cloaks them in cheerfulness and concern. He is played by John Standing. In the film's third ending, it is revealed that the mansion's butler Wadsworth (Tim Curry) is the real Mr. Boddy, and that Mr. Boddy is actually his butler, the two men having assumed one another's identities in order to draw out would-be assassins. 85. Clue the Movie: Mr. Boddy appears for the first time ever, played by Lee Ving. He is introduced with a dark and eerie entrance. With a creepy, monstrous figure, the girls assume that he is a dangerous villain. Though shown as quiet and proper, deep down she is a jealous, dishonest soul who despises anyone who gets in her way. Mr. Greene didn't care, knowing someone approved, and he's above the law. The Classic Mystery Game: "Plum" is now an alias for the youthful Nikolas Maksimov, a bespectacled inventor and mathematical genius. He is depicted as an ex-army cartographer and is now employed in designing gardens for wealthy clients. Typical of the first name changes, the UK edition introduced the first animal player/suspect: Samantha Scarlett, Mustard the Dog, Wendy White, George Green, Polly Peacock, Peter Plum. She was portrayed by Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Go's. Head is mounted on a blue pawn. Mr. Green genuinely loves Africa, but he dreams of the "old" Africa during the colonial era, when Europeans had total power and could shape the destiny of the nation. Clue Mysteries: He is given the name Miles, but is alive and well, practicing law and is occasionally the victim of a theft. Mr. Green criticizes Obi's decision to go on local leave. For his first appearance in the world of Clue, Gray arrives at Boddy Mansion purely on the basis that the bridge connecting the mansion with the rest of world had been washed out in the storm’s flood, and that it is his job to warn the locals. 3.4 Sister Concepta – Mrs. Peacock's long lost sister-in-law arrives claiming to be the real heir of Arlington Grange and hopes to turn it into a God-fearing convent. In recent editions the butler has made prominent appearances as Mr. Ashe. One of the them, Pablo, concludes the Polar Council are aware but Norm gives him the flash drive, seeing Mr. Greene and Councilwoman Klubeck's corruption on his laptop. She is given rather sinister theme music. He plays the role of the antagonist who disguises himself as the eccentric billionaire, Ian Masque. Reverend (or Mr.) Green: Originally patented as "the Rev Mr Green" in Britain, or as Reverend Green in the American original copy, Reverend Green is a hypocritical Anglican priest who wavers when the subject is murder. Evil-doer The reporter can ask the Editor for extra time, as well as tell him the solutions to the mysteries. Occupation 85. However, this is far from the case. Super Cluedo/Passport to Murder: Again, Brunette makes his first appearance in Britain. He is played by Howard Hesseman in an uncredited role. Spelling of her name changed to "Scarlet" in the US. While claiming to have loved her employer, she is reported to be no longer happy in her work. In 1986, Super Cluedo Challenge was released in the UK, followed by Super Sleuth, marking the second wave of new official characters to appear for the board games. Killed by Mrs. White with the African spear in the drawing room. Both are bridge hustlers. He is not, however, relegated to the role of the obligatory corpse, but may instead, with the luck of the draw, play as a suspect. Mr. Greene also sends plans for condos in the Bahamas with shower heads that will "wash the guilt" but Klubeck doesn't have any of it and just wants to this to push through. Clue the VCR Game: Gray was played by Richard McElvain. Communist? 1990 – Stephanie Beacham, Christmas Special – Kate O'Mara, 1991 – Rula Lenska, 1992 – Susan George, 1993 – Joanna Lumley. GunsMovementAuthority In the game, he is given the theme of a military march. The Classic Mystery Game: "Mustard" is now an alias for the young Jack Hartman, a casually dressed expert martial artist. Released in 2003, Clue FX is an electronic talking version with audio voices and clues. However, prior to the publication of the first edition, Dr. Black was relegated to the role of permanent victim in the UK, and Mr. Boddy in North America. Loyal to Mrs. Peacock, and a nurturing figure to Scarlett, she is almost part of the family. He has never been depicted in any game. 2016 UK/US: Col. Mustard is a decorated war hero, hiding a tarnished past of profiting off the black market. He wears a monocle for the first time and has an exaggerated uptight expression. Mr. Greene is the CEO of Greene Homes. Clue iOS/Android Game In spite of having been cut from the 2016 board edition, replaced by Dr. Orchid, Mrs. White is brought back as an extra suspect, depicted as older, but pretty woman with white hair and suit, and purple gloves, carrying a pet dog. Discover the Secrets: Col. Mustard had been completely reinvented as Jack Mustard, an ex-football player/sports pundit.