Directed by: Jonathan Lynn
Starring: Christopher Lloyd, Eileen Brennan, Lesley Ann Warren, Madeline Kahn, Martin Mull, Michael McKean, Tim Curry
Genres: Comedy, Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Factual error: When the evangelist first enters the mansion, Mrs. Peacock calls him a beatnik. However, the movie is set in 1954, and the word "beatnik" was not coined until 1958. (01:15:25)
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Colonel Mustard: Wadsworth, am I right in thinking that there is nobody else in this house?Wadsworth: Um, no.Colonel Mustard: Then there is somebody else in the house?Wadsworth: No, sorry. I said no meaning yes.Colonel Mustard: No meaning yes? Look, I want a straight answer, is there someone else or isn't there, yes or no?Wadsworth: Um...no.Colonel Mustard: No, there is? Or no, there isn't?Wadsworth: Yes.
When Mrs. Peacock turns on the cellar lights, a piece of lighting equipment is visible to the left of the screen.
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).