Clue

Ending 1: Miss Scarlet did it, with help from the maid, Yvette. Scarlet later killed Yvette, and plans to blackmail the other guests. She prepares to shoot Wadsworth the butler, who insists that there are no bullets in the gun. The police arrive and arrest Miss Scarlet. Wadsworth takes the gun and fires it, revealing that there is one more bullet. The bullet hits the chandelier, and it crashes.Ending 2: Mrs. Peacock killed everyone. Wadsworth tells them that he approves of her murdering, and she should escape. Upon leaving, she is arrested. Wadsworth reveals to the others that he is an FBI agent.Ending 3: Professor Plum killed Mr. Boddy. Mrs. Peacock killed the cook, who had once worked for her. Col. Mustard killed the motorist that had stopped by, who had been his driver. Mrs. White killed Yvette, who had an affair with one of her husbands. Miss Scarlet killed the visiting cop, who she had been bribing. The guests all assume that Mr. Green killed the singing telegram girl who had informed on Plum, but he claims that he is innocent. Wadsworth revealed that HE shot the girl, and that he is Mr. Boddy (Plum killed the real Boddy's butler). Mr. Green shoots Wadsworth, and reveals that he is an FBI plant. He lets the police into the house, who have apparently been informed on the situation.

Sam

Revealing mistake: When the cook's body is lowered to the kitchen floor, you can see her move her outstretched arm closer to her head.

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Wadsworth: You see. It's just like the Mounties. We always get our man.
Mr. Green: Mrs. Peacock was a man?!

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Trivia: Professor Plum reveals that he works for UNO, the United Nations Organization, in a branch called WHO, the World Health Organization. As such, he works for UNOWHO (You Know Who).

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Chosen answer: Tim Curry (as Wadsworth) states he knew about the secret passages because the house belongs to a friend of his. Tim Curry (as Mr. Boddy) says at the end of the movie that they "Could stack the bodies in the cellar and could all leave one by one." Which infers that Mr. Boddy has no intention of returning to the house. Either way, there is no definite way to tell who the house belongs to considering all the lying going on.

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