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 51, 1980

[[[Richard tosses stones In the air and hits them with a stick, out onto the water.]]]

[[[Emmeline leaves flowers at the base of the statue as an offering.]]]

[[[Richard takes a shower in the waterfall]]]

[[[Em steps into the ocean to bathe, walking carefully over the jagged coral chunks. She steps, mistakenly, onto a stonefish, and cries out in pain, then limps away]]]

[[[Richard, whistling, jogs cheerfully from the hut to the water, stopping to check on Emmeline on his way. He stops when he sees her just lying there.]]]

RICHARD: Whatís wrong with you?

EMMELINE: [weakly] Go away.

RICHARD: What happened?

EMMELINE: I stepped on one of those fish that looks like a rock.

[[[He takes off his shirt to sponge her forehead, then shakes her to wake her back up as she keeps dozing off.]]]

EMMELINE: Richard...

RICHARD: Donít go to sleep. Please. Oh no, please wake up.


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