Get a Clue!

Get a Clue!

Director: Terence H. Winkless Cast: Ashley Peldon, Ray Walston, Sally Kirkland



Based on the acclaimed children's book The Westing Game, the movie version of this tale, Get a Clue!, draws young viewers into the strange mysteries encountered by 13-year-old "Turtle" Wexler. After moving into a new town, Turtle learns the house next door is the notoriously haunted Westin mansion. Discovering the body of the dead millionaire, the spunky Turtle attempts to solve the case in hopes of receiving a $20 million reward. The live-action adventure stars Ashley Peldon, Diane Ladd, Sally Kirkland, and Ray Walston.

Product Details

Release Date: 02/15/2005
UPC: 0783722707333
Original Release: 1997
Rating: PG
Source: Allumination

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [3:35]
2. Halloween Night [7:19]
3. The Bad News [3:00]
4. Reading of the Will [6:03]
5. The Westing Game Starts [14:53]
6. Stirring the Pot [4:15]
7. Keep on Your Toes [5:52]
8. Truth About Dad [10:18]
9. The Bridal Shower [7:34]
10. America the Beautiful [12:24]
11. The Final Day [4:18]
12. Finding the Fourth [8:16]
13. Who's the Winner? [3:20]
14. End Credits [3:52]

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Get a Clue! 1.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
We didn’t like the “Get A Clue” movie. In the book The Westing Game, a teenage girl named Turtle was very into the stock market. Throughout the book she was researching and checking the market and thought that it had to do with the answer to the Westing Game. But in the movie, the stock market wasn’t even MENTIONED. We also didn’t like how in the movie, Turtle and her partner Chris STOLE the Judge, another heir’s clues. They were also up to more mischief in the movie. In the book, Turtle and Chris were both pretty geek people. In the book, there were three bombs, but in the movie, there were only two. The third bomb was set off by Turtle to cover up the second bomb set of by her sister, Angela. In the movie, it left out that whole part about Turtle protecting her sister. The final parts of a movie are supposed to be the best, but when you don’t like the end, it’s kind of a drag. In the ending of the book, none of the answers to the Westing Game were correct, so all the heirs combined their clues to get their answer. We like teamwork, so for us, it was a happy ending. But in the movie, Turtle just figured out the answer because she already knew almost all the clues. All together, it wasn’t a BAD movie, but we did enjoy the book more. If we were to have just watched the movie, it would have been fabulous! When you have something to compare it to though, you have to choose which one you like best!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago