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Clue (1985)

Clue is a 1985 mystery comedy film adaptation of the popular Parker Brothers board game. The film was directed by Jonathan Lynn and adds a few new characters (such as the house's staff) and is set in an unidentified part of New England in 1954.

The following weapons were used in the film Clue:


Harrington & Richardson Model 733

The revolver given to Professor Plum (Christopher Lloyd) is a Harrington & Richardson Model 733 in .32 S&W Long. It is handled by several of the characters throughout the film. It is the real-life stand-in for the game's "Revolver" piece.

Harrington & Richardson Model 733 - .32 S&W Long
The H&R Model 733 in its case as Plum opens it.
Professor Plum (Christopher Lloyd) with the H&R Model 733 as he looks nervously at the other guests.
Yvette (Colleen Camp) runs through the study with the Model 733.
The men try to figure out how Yvette was able to get her hands on the revolver.
Miss Scarlett (Lesley Ann Warren) holds the revolver on Mrs. Peacock. (First Ending)
Miss Scarlett (Lesley Ann Warren) aims the revolver at Col. Mustard. (First Ending)
Mrs. Peacock (Eileen Brennan) holds the revolver. (Second Ending)
Highlight for Spoilers: Wadsworth (Tim Curry), revealed to be the real Mr. Boddy, holds the Model 733. (Third Ending.)

Smith & Wesson Model 10

In the all of the endings, the police chief (Howard Hesseman); and in the third ending, undercover FBI agent Mr. Green (Michael McKean), carry Smith & Wesson Model 10 revolvers.

Smith & Wesson Model M&P Revolver - .38 Special
The police chief arrests Miss Scarlett in the first ending.
"...well, I'll tell you why not."
Mr. Green shoots Wadsworth in the third ending.

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