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 71, 1980

[[[Emmeline checks on the baby, asleep in a makeshift bed, then goes to check on Richard, who sits in the doorway holding a spear, looking tired and sad.]]]

RICHARD: Remember on the ship, when we tried to get to the dinghy? How the men pushed and shoved each-other? How their eyes looked? Itís the same with the drum people. I donít understand why. Why people have to be so bad to each-other.

[[[Emmeline kisses him on the forehead, then takes his land and leads him upstairs to bed.]]]

[[[Richard bathes in the pool below the waterfall, then checks on Emmeline and the baby, who relax in the sunshine nearby.]]]

[[[Richard gets into the dinghy and rows to the little island. He comes upon Paddyís skeleton.

He looks over it, and notices the resemblence between the bones on the ground and the shape of his hand, his ribs, and his head. He turns and goes back to the big island.]]]


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