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 25, 1980

RICHARD: Why are we always fighting so much.

EMMELINE: I donít know.

RICHARD: That should be our new years Ďrevolutioní. Stop fighting so much.

EMMELINE: Iíll try, but-

RICHARD: But what?

EMMELINE: I donít know whatís wrong with me when I say the things I say. I just keep on having all these strange thoughts .

RICHARD: What kind of thoughts?

EMMELINE: Just thoughts. Funny thoughts, about you and me.

RICHARD: Tell me.

EMMELINE: I couldnít. Theyíre just thoughts; they donít mean anything. Where did you find these?

RICHARD: I found them in those little shells.

EMMELINE: Oh, theyíre beautiful, thank-you.

[[[She leans over and gives him a quick peck on the lips, then pulls back, startled. He looks at her calmly and happily. She looks back shyly.]]]


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