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 41, 1980

Richard is dressed up in a turban and a short cape. He sings quietly.]]]

RICHARD: Oh, have ya seen the way they shake it, have ya seen the way they sway? Their aint a man amongs who could throw the dish away! Hey!

[[[He slides down from the hut, as Emmeline comes up. He goes to her.]]]

EMMELINE: Richard! Richard!

RICHARD: What is it? What happened?

EMMELINE: I saw him!

RICHARD: Who?

EMMELINE: The face Paddy thought was the boogeyman!

RICHARD: You went to the other side?!

[[[He throws down the turban, angry.]]]

EMMELINE: Paddy was wrong, heís not the boogeyman. I think heís God!

RICHARD: God?

EMMELINE: He looked like pastor Logan always said he looked, like you better be good or else, and he was bleeding.

RICHARD: I donít believe you!

EMMELINE: Just like Jesus!

RICHARD: I donít want you to ever go there again, itís the law!

EMMELINE: But what if he really is God, shouldnít we go there and pray or wonít he be mad and not let us go to heaven?

RICHARD: I donít wanna talk about it, I just donít wanna talk about it!


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