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39. Clue (1985)

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We are kicking off our whodunit theme this month with the cult classic Clue from 1985 starring Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn and Christopher Lloyd. Although this movie has some questionable problems in a 2020 viewpoint we still had a great time watching it and loved the three alternate endings! If you like whodunits as much as us and would like to recommend one you can email your suggestion to [email protected] Guest: Christina Acton

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