THE BLUE LAGOON

WRITTEN BY DOUGLAS DAY STEWART

BASED ON THE NOVEL BY H.D. STACPOOLE

TRANSCRIBED BY KENDRA STEINER

Columbia Pictures

The Blue Lagoon, in Pictures, Part 6, 1980

PADDY: Ho down there, look out below! Bananas!

[[[He tosses a bunch of bananas down the falls, and then slides down with a mango for himself.]]]

RICHARD: Yeah!

PADDY: Hey hey! Ho ho ho!

[[[Richard gets out of the pool and scrambles up the hill to a cave. He picks up something small and turns back.]]]

EMMELINE: Mr. Button, thereís a barrel over here with funny stuff in it, that smells like the captainís breath.

[[[He swims over and takes a taste of the contents from the stop.]]]

PADDY: Captains breath... Itís rum! Sweet Jesus.

RICHARD: Woo hoo! Look what a funny thing I found! Itís got holes in it!

[[[He is holding a small, moss-covered skull. Paddy takes it from him.]]]

PADDY: Ach! Give me that! Where did you get it? Ach!

[[[He tosses it away and gets out of the pool.]]]

RICHARD: What was it?

PADDY: Ah! Weíve gotta get out of here.

RICHARD: Thereís a whole bunch of them up there.

PADDY: Come on, lets get out of here. Hurry it up, will ya!

[[[They climb up to the top of the island. Richard and Paddy shield their eyes with their hands as they look around at the vast, empty ocean.


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