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 30, 1980

[[[Richard is spear-fishing on the reef. Emmeline sits nearby holding a baby starfish. She puts it back in the water.]]]

[[[Richard is working on a raft, which has some wood set down as a bottom, as well as a sail. He starts to tie another piece of wood to the sail. Emmeline is staring at his chest. He looks up and notices.]]]

RICHARD: What are you looking at?

EMMELINE: Your muscles.

RICHARD: What about them? Youíre really acting silly lately, Em. Always saying dumb things like that, always looking at me funny. Your not coming down with something are you? Donít give it to me.

[[[Richard is fishing in the dinghy with a line and hook. He gets a bite, and starts to pull the fish in. A shark approaches. He pulls faster and harder. The shark bites the fish and takes it away. Richard tries to salvage whatís left of the fish and the hook, and ends up scraping up his hands in the process. He gets the line back, but the fish is gone.]]]


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