What is the rarest Clue Movie item you own

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Wow Chad! I saw that item on E-Bay a while ago, but didn't bid on it because of the price. Good job on getting it. Did it come with any certificates of authenticity?

The only Clue merchandise I have from the movie are:
A poster
the hanging display
the storybook
a german lobby card (Yvette serving Plum)
a Premiere ticket
& a fan-made dollar bill with the face of Wadsworth

My favorite would have to be the display. I sleep on the top of a bunkbed and whenever i look over to my left, there it is hanging. :D
Green - "If he was such a patriotic American, why didn't he just report us to the authorities?"
Wadsworth - "He decided to put his information to good use and make a little money out of it. What can be more American than that?"

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Nice catch with the Premiere ticket. I've never known anybody to have one of those.

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Thanks Mike. It's not a Hollywood ticket, but just for a local theater. It's funny because I found it on E-Bay, but the theater the ticket is for is less than an hour away from me.
You can see a pic of it on Eric's page. It's tan with a pic of Cololnel Mustard and all the movie information. :D
Green - "If he was such a patriotic American, why didn't he just report us to the authorities?"
Wadsworth - "He decided to put his information to good use and make a little money out of it. What can be more American than that?"

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Michael wrote:I am so jealous! I would KILL to have gotten that for my collection! I would say the rarest pieces in my collection would be the Distributor's copy of the movie (with a blue box). I've only seen 1 in the entire time I've looked on eBay. Also, my concept set design drawing, and my script that came from the set and included the cast call sheet, and revised shooting schedule. I must say, though, that the Clue Movie memorabilia is my favorite part of my collection.

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My local Blockbuster store has the blue box. Instead of having the actual box marking where the rental is, they used their promo box. If I can find it again, I'll try to see about buying their box.

Or does someone possibly have more than one of the promo boxes that they would like to sell?

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did i mention i have a signed peacock photo?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v445/ ... 000532.jpg
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Wow cool collection, My collection of Clue focuses mainly on the movie. I have gotten a few new things since I last started this post, I have

-Clue the movie Vhs/DVD

-The Storybook

-Ad slicks of the movie

-The house from the mobile of the video store display kit(still looking to buy a complete video store display kit, private message me if you have one)

-First Draft Script of the movie

-Shooting Draft (soon)

-1982 Early Movie draft by Warren Manzi that was rejected (soon)

-Sheet Music from the movie in mint condition

-A Uk magazine with a review from 1986 in mint condition.


I am always looking to aquire new things. As for right now this is what I have

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Whodunit wrote: -1982 Early Movie draft by Warren Manzi that was rejected (soon)
This was definitely a rare and exciting find! Hopefully we can dig up more rejected Clue scripts...

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I don't have any Clue the Movie memorabilia, as I only collect the board game related merchandise.

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<GASP> BUT WHY??????????

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ClueBoy12 wrote:did i mention i have a signed peacock photo?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v445/ ... 000532.jpg
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Michael wrote:<GASP> BUT WHY??????????

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Cuz IMHO the movie was not very well done. I know I'm gonna get a lot of flack for that. Don't get me wrong, the movie is what started the whole obsession for me, but its not very true to the game in some respects. Mrs. White's not even the maid for goodness sake! I think I've said that before. lol

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I like the movie, but the the VCR game characters are more true to the game
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Anyone get any new additions they would like to share?
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Aren't you going to mention your glass acquisition?
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Ahh yes the distributors glass. I just recently made a page for it. http://www.geocities.com/notjustagamean ... Glass.html
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Nice pictures. But Mr. Green's weapon was the lead pipe - not the wrench.
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Wow so they got the cup all messed up.
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sadly, i don't have any clue movie merchandise (except for the dvd). however, it's not because i don't collect it, it's just because it's harder to find. although, i will say that if i had a choice between a movie item and a non-movie item, i would choose the non-movie item because it's a) more colorful and b) just all-around more clue-like. also, collecting primarily or only movie merchandise would get tired after awhile, i think, because everything just looks the same. or it does to me.

all in all, though, my ultimate goal is to own as much clue-related stuff as possible, so i can't stray from the movie stuff forever.

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anyone seen this before?

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i just bought it
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Hmmm, never seen that before.

I recently put up a page on a clue game I bought that was used in the book The Playmakers. It's under "Playmakers Proof / Prop" in the Miscellaneous section. I guess that's a one-of-a-kind.
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