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just to see how it'd look, Angela Lansbury has become Mrs. Peacock. I'm not sure if I want to go with a maid or guest Mrs. White. Casting suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Looks gorgeous.

Make White a maid. Otherwise it's all just a bunch of rich glamour-pusses.
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well, I am going for an 80s look ...

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80s is not synonymous with lack of character diversity.
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I was just being facetious.

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I have decided to use incidentals and the padlocks from the Clue DVD Game to lock and block the doors. For the incidentals, I've chosen:

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awesome!
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Why not a gardener instead of a stupid little mutt.

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I disagree with you Black. The dog's fine and is not a "stupid little mutt". What a cruel thing to say. It adds diversity within the incidentals. Why do they all have to be humans? Nice job munitzer!

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Sorry, it's just me, I cannot stand any type of dog.

except Hot ones and cartoon ones.

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Really, Black. It's just a photo.

Anyway, I like the incidentals, including the dog.
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Black,

I understand.

It's hard looking at something that has greater brain power than yourself. Yes, it's frustrating, but I know you can pull through with the anguish.
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Dogs are Dogs.

At least I don't get eaten by the a person in Asia

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Thank you all.

This dog is a reference to the Black Dog from Cluedo Super Sleuth and from Clue Blueprints (the same type of dog is used on the box, as well as one of the cards mentions letting a dog loose). I will be including Rusty as a suspect, and he will still be the gardener - hence why the incidentals are the Butler, Cook, and Chauffeur.

Mrs. White will more than likely be the houskeeper, which is why Carrie Fisher is the Cook, even though she was a Mrs. Wilson quality to her. Yet, at the time, she has a German cook/nanny look to her.

To begin, the Butler will most likely block one of the doors to the lounge; the Cook, a door to the kitchen; the Chauffeur, a door to the garage; and the Dog, a door or entrance to the garden.

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munitzer wrote:Image
By the way, what an amazing Meadow-Brook! I love her.

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I'm glad that you like her. I cannot take full credit, though. If I recall correctly, CluedoKid had once mentioned how he though Joan Collins would make an acceptable Mrs. Meadow-Brook. Ironically, when I was looking up 80s women, she came up, and that picture seemed to fit nicely.

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She does look great for Meadow-Brook.
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I've been messing around with crime scene tiles. These may be the only two that this would work with, but here's the result of AutoShapes and ClipArt for croquet field and swimming pool tiles.

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I may or may not use the nine tile concept with dice rolling and instead just go on moving to adjacent locations. I have not decided yet.

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nice

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It's very modern looking, almost as though it came straight from an environmental pamphlet. Doesn't suit the 80's theme at all.
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