In the midst of studying for 一級 (and needing a break while convincing myself I'm still studying), I present my first template in months!
"It was Colonel Mustard in the Study with the... サイ？
Ivette, The maid.
The maid's outfit.......
Wife to many unfortunate men, more of a black widow of sorts... Mrs. White is.
Prof. Plumb (C. Loyd) picking up Ms. Scarlett, cuz her car broke down
Mr. Body sponsors this event by providing the weapons!
hmm... err... the coloring of all the dresses all stand out quite a bit? =/
The cook's body.
さい with this kanji can mean a "debt." Which everyone owed Mr. Body
"I'm sorry, I'm a bit... accident prone" - Mr. Green *smash*
"Husbands should be like clean-ex, soft, strong and disposable" - Mrs. White
"The only way to avoid finding yourselves on the front pages is for one of you to kill Wadsworth.... now." - Mr Body 26:34
"Mr. Body, dead, again!" - Wadsworth
destroying the evidence (tapes burned, evidence tampered with, etc.)
If anybody's superintending THIS party, it's Wadsworth.
"That's how it could have happened..."
Nothing doing here. I recommend rote learning 栽培 （さいばい）
my apologies to any lady readers but.... it happens to the maid quite a bit.
Brushwood...matchsticks...drawing lots for partners.
The mansion, like an impenetrable fort(ress) after the guests have unwittingly entered.
Lets hold a nice memorial for the "singing telegram" lady (had to slip her in here somewhere, classic scene)
lots of references to procreation, but no children in this movie. =(
a way to dispose of the bodies?
I wonder who really did it! REALLY.
notes: first of the year. Another fun and nostalgic movie. And a lot of さい I knew incidentally from vocab. Enjoy!