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Sunday, January 12 • 7:30pm - 10:00pm
"Clue" 35th Anniversary

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Due to illness, Lesley Ann Warren unfortunately will no longer be in attendance. We are pleased to announce that the “Singing Telegram Girl“ and rock legend Jane Wiedlin from the Go-Go’s will be participating in the panel. Colleen Camp and director Jonathan Lynn are still attending. The screening will go on as planned and we look forward to seeing you there.

SF Sketchfest is thrilled to get a "Clue" and celebrate the 35th anniversary of the beloved classic ensemble comedy whodunit based on the popular board game of the same name. Join the wonderfully talented Colleen Camp ("Yvette, the maid"), The Go-Go's Jane Wiedlin (Singing Telegram), and hilarious writer/director Jonathan Lynn live in person for a screening and onstage conversation with moderator Robert Strong about the making of the film and its legacy.

7 guests, 1 butler and 1 maid converge on a New England mansion for dinner in 1954, where they try and solve a series of murders happening under their very noses. The film is full of hilarious one-liners and madcap slapstick and features great performances from an all-star cast of comedy luminaries including Camp, Tim Curry ("Wadsworth, the butler"), Eileen Brennan ("Mrs. Peacock"), Madeline Kahn ("Mrs. White"), Christopher Lloyd (Professor Plum"), Michael McKean ("Mr. Green"), Lesley Ann Warren ("Miss Scarlet") and Martin Mull ("Colonel Mustard").

Co-presented by the California Film Institute

($45 Orchestra, $35 Balcony, All Ages)

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Colleen Camp

Colleen Camp recently shot Gia Coppola’s feature "Mainstream" opposite Andrew Garfield and Maya Hawke. She will next star opposite Mark Wahlberg in Peter Berg’s upcoming Netflix comedy "Wonderland." She was also recently seen in theaters in Universal’s "A House With a Clock... Read More →
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Jane Wiedlin

While in design college in the mid 1970′s, Wiedlin stumbled upon the burgeoning LA punk rock scene. She and Belinda Carlisle were inspired to form The Go-Go’s. The band quickly became local favorites and were signed by the indie label IRS Records. With most of their songs written... Read More →
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Jonathan Lynn

Jonathan Lynn has directed 10 feature films including "Clue" (which he also wrote), "Nuns on the Run" (also written by Mr Lynn), "My Cousin Vinny," "The Distinguished Gentleman," "Sgt. Bilko," "Greedy," "Trial And Error," "The Whole Nine Yards," "The Fighting Temptations" and "Wild... Read More →
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Robert Strong

Robert Strong, the San Francisco Magician, has twice been voted San Francisco's 'Best Comedian' and three times voted San Francisco's 'Best Magician'. He has performed in over 40 countries, in all 50 states, on every major TV network, and twice at the White House. He will make your... Read More →

Sunday January 12, 2020 7:30pm - 10:00pm PST
Castro Theatre