Famous Misters Quiz

Each of the answers starts with Mister. Guess what they are.
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Last updated: September 4, 2018
First submittedMarch 18, 2010
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Clue
Mister
He pities the fool
Mr. T
TV's talking horse
Mr. Ed
Won't you be my neighbor?
Mr. Rogers
Wax on, wax off
Mr. Miyagi
Springfield nuclear plant tycoon
Mr. Burns
He brings you a dream
Mr. Sandman
He has removable lips, eyes, etc...
Mr. Potato Head
Domo arigato
Mr. Roboto
Dennis the Menace annoys him
Mr. Wilson
Dr. Pepper alternative
Mr. Pibb
“Grime" fighter
Mr. Clean
He went to Washington
Mr. Smith
Clue
Mister
Carrie Bradshaw's boyfriend
Mr. Big
Near-sighted cartoon
Mr. Magoo
With the pipe in the billiards room
Mr. Green
The teacher you can "hang" with
Mr. Cooper
Reggie Jackson
Mr. October
Rowan Atkinson
Mr. Bean
Pride and Prejudice love interest
Mr. Darcy
You're a mean one …
Mr. Grinch
Monocle-wearing Planters mascot
Mr. Peanut
Dr. Jekyll's alter-ego
Mr. Hyde
SpongeBob's boss
Mr. Krabs
Teacher who wrote an “Opus”
Mr. Holland
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Level ∞
Apr 1, 2013
Updated and expanded!
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Level 71
May 2, 2013
I thought it was Rev Green in Clue (or is that just here in the UK?)
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Level 67
Jul 22, 2016
Over here in New Zealand, I also thought it should have been Reverend Green and Mr. Muscle.
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Level 41
Aug 19, 2017
Same for both in Australia
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Level 69
Oct 2, 2017
Yeah, another who got confused by both of them. I got mr clean on a pure guess.
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Level 40
May 3, 2013
could add the 80's band, Mr Mister
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Level 82
Jul 22, 2018
That would be an excellent twist, although I would probably never get the clue.
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Level 26
May 31, 2013
Who's Mr Green? It's Reverend Green.

Also, Mr Muscle should be acceptable for the Grime fighter question.

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Level 67
Apr 19, 2016
you are thinking of cluedo, this question is referencing clue
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Level 41
Aug 19, 2017
*glare*
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Level 82
Jul 22, 2018
Yup, obviously not searching for Reverend, Bishop, Father, Pope or Saint Anyone in this quiz.
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Level 77
Apr 13, 2019
The question is only referencing Clue as Cluedo has no misters (Prof Plum, Dr Black, Rev Green, Col Mustard). I don't see why we Brits can't complain that we got confused as our original version isn't the dumbed down US version that has to make a terrible pun about the victim, changed "dagger" to "knife", and couldn't have a man of the cloth. I'm surprised the Library wasn't turned into TV Room! ;)
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Level 62
Jul 14, 2013
Perhaps accept an alternate spelling for Mr. Krabs. Like Mr. Crabs...
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Level 79
Oct 9, 2016
I've never watched the show, but from so many times seeing it here I vaguely remembered the name, tried Crab, Crabbe, Crabbey, Krab, Krabbe, Krabby, - alas, no banana.
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Level 64
Mar 14, 2014
Mr. Boddy should be another acceptable answer in the Clue/Cluedo clue.
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Level 74
May 8, 2014
Mr Boddy is the victim, so he can't also be the perpetrator.
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Level 79
Jun 6, 2017
Au contraire, mon ami! Since normally, when you have 4 or 5 players, some players unfairly get extra cards to start the game, we took 2 of those extra cards (the ones that say "Clue" on the back like all the other cards, but that have writing on the other side that nobody ever reads or uses) and drew a skull & crossbones and the word "POISON" on one, and wrote in large letters "SUICIDE" on the other. That way, when playing with 4 or 5 players, instead of 18 cards to be dealt out, you have 20 cards. And we all just add an extra suspect (suicide) and an extra weapon (poison) to our notepads.

Of course, it's awesome when the solution winds up being: Mr. Boddy...committed suicide....in the Conservatory...with the candlestick. :-)

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Level 74
May 8, 2014
Dr Black is the victim. There must be a difference between countries' editions if it's Boddy somewhere else.
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Level 62
Aug 7, 2014
But... But... That spoils the endlessly amusing wordplay! Travesty, thy name is Cluedo!
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Level 72
Jan 25, 2016
The trekkie in me was hoping for a Mr. Worf...
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Level 80
Oct 9, 2016
or Spock
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Level 51
Oct 27, 2016
Mr Pibb is now called Pibb Xtra which doesn't have the same ring to it really.
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Level 58
Dec 2, 2016
Too American for me.
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Level 69
Oct 2, 2017
Agreed, but that's all to common on here. The ones that get me are the clues to American sports, American sports don't even merit a mention on TV in the R.O.W (you can insert your comment as to why that is).
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Level 82
Jul 22, 2018
ROW, ROW your boat gently
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Level 74
Mar 17, 2017
Am I the only one who mentally heard Agent Smith saying "Mister Anderson" a la The Matrix?
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Level 14
Jul 9, 2017
First off, there would be an infinite number of people on this list who are famous misters, real or fictional.
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Level 60
Oct 10, 2017
In the US, Rev. Green is soul singer Al, of "Take Me to the River", and "Tired of Being Alone" fame.
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Level 20
Oct 22, 2017
Mr. Fantastic?
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Level 67
Dec 13, 2018
I was totally expecting to see mr men on here ! Disappointed I allways love when I see a mention of it somewhere, must be nostalgia..
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Level 82
Apr 13, 2019
I was hoping for the teacher to be Mr. Hand from Fast Times At Ridgmont High.
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Level 82
Dec 15, 2019
or mr pink from reservoir dogs
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Level 67
Apr 27, 2020
All I could come up with was Mr. Kotter.
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Level 44
Apr 27, 2020
I never in my life heard of Mr. Pibb. Is that only in certain places in the world, or certain states?