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:
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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.
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.