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 49, 1980

RICHARD: You! I hate you!

[[[He throws a coconut at her. She dodges.]]]

EMMELINE: You almost hit me!

RICHARD: Take it back, take back what you said!

EMMELINE: Iíve seen it all. [mocking] What happens after youíve been doing it a long time?

RICHARD: Shut up! That isnít fair peeking, I donít peek on you!

EMMELINE: Thatís a lie! Youíre always staring at my buppies.

RICHARD: Only cuz they look so funny! You know what you look like now, Em? You look like one of those pictures Paddy had in his drawer, one of his hootchie-coochie girls!

EMMELINE: I do not! I do not!

[[[Richard picks up two coconuts and holds them in front of his chest, moving them up and down as though they were breasts]]]

RICHARD: Hootchi-cootchie, hootchi-cootchie!

EMMELINE: Stop that Richard or Iíll never speak to you again!

[[[She goes to a clump of coconuts and picks one up.]]]

RICHARD: Hootchie-cootchie, hootchie-cootchie, see Ďem jiggle, wiggle, and shake!

[[[She throws a coconut at his head, and it hits him. He falls down, almost unconscious. She runs to him and tries to help him up.]]]

EMMELINE: Oh, Richard, Iím sorry, I didnít mean to hit you!

[[[He sits up and slaps her, then jumps up and runs away.]]]

RICHARD: I wish you were dud-and-buried!


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