Movies

Mr. Green

In Clue, Mr. Green (Michael McKean) is a State Department employee and guest of Mr. Boddy. He is blackmailed for being gay, a secret which would cost him his job. In one of the endings, he is suspected of killing the singing telegram girl in the hall with the revolver. He ultimately reveals himself as an undercover FBI agent, who actually killed Mr. Boddy in the hall with the revolver.

Alessa Gillespie

Alessa Gillespie (Jodelle Ferland), although not present on screen most of the time, is the heart and soul of each Silent Hill video game and movie installment. Chosen to birth God, an evil demonic entity, Alessa’s soul splits during the ceremony into a “dark” and “light” Alessa. Dark Alessa creates the Silent Hill world, filling it with terrifying and brutal creatures born out of her pain and suffering during the ritual. Despite eventually merging her two halves, Alessa’s soul continues to be drawn into the Silent Hill world. This guide describes her childhood school uniform, an outfit that appears in multiple games.

Professor Plum

In Clue, Professor Plum (Christopher Lloyd) is a former psychiatry professor with the World Health Organization who had his license revoked after having an affair with a female patient. He is a guest of Mr. Boddy’s and is being blackmailed for his indiscretions. In one of the endings, he killed Mr. Boddy in the hall with the candlestick.

Debbie Thornberry

Deborah “Debbie” Thornberry is the older sister of Eliza Thornberry, and daughter to Nigel and Marianne. Unlike her family, she has little excitement for the natural and wild world. Instead, Debbie wishes to live a normal suburban life, but is forced to travel the wilderness with her parents as they film nature documentaries.

Miguel Rivera from Coco

Miguel Rivera from Coco

Miguel Rivera (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez) is the protagonist of Disney/Pixar’s 2017 animated feature film, Coco. He is a 12-year old boy who finds himself in the realm of the dead during the festive holiday of Día de los Muertos.

Yvette

Yvette (Colleen Camp) is Mr. Boddy’s maid in the film, Clue. She is also Mr. Boddy’s accomplice, a former escort for Miss Scarlet, where she had Colonel Mustard as a client, and one of Miss Scarlet, Mrs. Peacock, or Mrs. White, depending on the ending.

Nigel Thornberry

Nigel Thornberry (Tim Curry) is one of the main characters of the Nickelodeon cartoon The Wild Thornberries. Nigel has devoted his entire life to studying all kinds of wild animals and their habitats. He is also the subject of an infamous meme regarding his funny voice and face.

Francisco Scaramanga

Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee) is the primary villain in the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun. It is he who carries the titular golden gun, using it as his assassination weapon. As the highest paid assassin in the world at 1 million dollars a hit, he is a very well dressed, well traveled man with an eye for details. No photographs exist of Scaramanga, and so Bond must search for him using his distinctive birth mark – a third nipple.

Quatre Raberba Winner in Mobile Suit Gundam Wing

Quatre is the pilot of Sandrock and leader of “G Team.” Along with the four other members: Heero Yuy (Wing Gundam), Duo Maxwell (Deathscythe), Trowa Barton (Heavyarms) and Chang Wufei (Shenlong), he is sent to Earth as part of a plan to take revenge on the OZ military corporation. Quatre believes in the idea of pacifism and is often reluctant to kill an enemy. He is kind and humble, as well as being the best dressed of the group.

Violet Parr from The Incredibles

Violet Parr

Violet Parr (voiced by Sarah Vowell) is the shy and insecure moody teen in the Disney Pixar 2004 animated film The Incredibles. Slightly cynical at home but withdrawn and quiet in school, she develops a ton of bravery once she uses her invisibility gift to protect her family from villains ought to destroy all their powers.