THE BLUE LAGOON
WRITTEN BY DOUGLAS DAY STEWART
BASED ON THE NOVEL BY H.D. STACPOOLE
TRANSCRIBED BY KENDRA STEINER
The Blue Lagoon, in Pictures, Part 8, 1980
[[[Daytime. Richard sits on a log looking at pictures through the viewer. Emmeline sits a few feet away listening to the music box.]]]
PADDY: Whatís in them pictures Richard?
RICHARD: Itís a story about these funny people who get married. Thereís a saying under each one.
PADDY: Give us a look.
[[[Richard loads up the viewer and hands it over. Paddy looks through it.]]]
RICHARD: Were you ever married?
PADDY: Seven times. Kids in every port from Callao to Macao. Seventeen at the last count, and never set eyes on a single one of em. Slant-eyed little devils, black little devils, even a couple of pink ones like you. And all with my eyes.
[[[He hands back the viewer and Richard looks through it.]]]
RICHARD: Paddy, whatís subjugation?
PADDY: Something Iíve been trying to avoid all me life.
[[[Paddy chases Richard and Emmeline down the beach.]]]
PADDY: Come back here, this aint gonna hurt ya!
RICHARD: We donít wanna go swimming! We donít have our bathing costumes.
PADDY: To hell with your bathing costumes, you donít wear Ďem when you have a bath, do ya?
EMMELINE: This isnít a bathtub! This is the ocean!
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