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 22, 1980
[[[Richard and Emmeline have grown up beautifully. They are both tall, strong, tanned and lean. Richard walks over to a pole and picks up his loincloth. He puts a shell on the pole, and puts his loincloth on, then heads for the hut. He goes to Emmelineís "room" and wakes her up.]]]
RICHARD: Em! Em, wake up, itís Christmas morning.
EMMELINE: [sleepy] Christmas?
RICHARD: Yesterday I counted 52 big marks on the tree, and last night he came.
EMMELINE: What are you talking about, Richard?
RICHARD: Santa Claus, and I saw his reindeer. Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, all of them right down there on the beach. Come on, lets see if he brought us anything.
[[[Emmeline gets up and they go out of the hut and towards the tree where theyíve hung their stockings. Richard points to "hoof-prints" in the sand]]]
RICHARD: Come on, ĎEm, hurry! Thatís where the reindeer were, see. Look at our stockings
EMMELINE: And thereís something in them!
[[[They get their stockings from the tree and sit in the sand beneath a palm-tree. They pour the contents of their stockings out. Itís pearls.]]]
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