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 34, 1980
[[[Out on the reef, Richard is trying to catch fish with a spear. He sort of dances around a little bit, and manages to spear a fish. Emmeline looks at him like heís silly, while she picks up many fish out of the water.]]]
RICHARD: Look! Iím the greatest fisherman who ever lived!
EMMELINE: Iím the greatest fisherman who ever lived. While you scare them off, I just catch as many as I want to.
RICHARD: Thatís my fish dance! It doesnít scare them off, it brings them up to the surface where I can spear them. Who cares what you say? Itís not how many you catch that counts, its how you do it.