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 74, 1980

[[[At sunset, Emmeline stands with the baby in the water, splashing him gently, trying to teach him to say water.]]]

EMMELINE: Water. Water. Water, water. Water.

[[[At night, all three float on the lagoon, lit by a lamp. Richard holds the baby up near the edge of the boat.]]]

RICHARD: Look at the fishies.

[[[Richard tries to teach the baby how to make a knot.]]]

[[[Emmeline, Richard, and the baby float a boat in the water.]]]

EMMELINE: Get the boat!

[[[Emmeline, Richard, and the baby are on the beach with a sea turtle. Emmeline holds him down and Richard puts Paddy on.]]]

EMMELINE: Go for a ride! Gonna give Paddy a ride!

[[[Richard lays on the beach with the baby, now known as Paddy, standing on his chest. He holds him up. Paddy gets off and goes to Emmeline who has made a dummy head.]]]

EMMELINE: Boogey-boogey, boogey-boogey, boogey-boogey-boogey!

[[[Richard holds Paddy’s hands around a stick, tosses balls in the air, and swings at them, missing once.]]]


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