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 77, 1980

[[[Two sailors in a boat nearby look at them through a telescope.]]]

SAILOR: Better bring him up for a look-see. He’ll only hear about it from one of the crew. We’ll have to sail back tomorrow.

SAILOR 2: Aye.

[[[The second sailor approaches a much older Arthur Lestrange, and brings him back to the port-side of the ship.]]]

SAILOR 2: Excuse me sir, we’ve sighted something.

SAILOR: There. What do you think?

ARTHUR: Can we go closer?

SAILOR: I’ll see, but we’ve got to be careful of that reef.

[[[The boat turns. On shore, they relax in the sun, drying the mud on themselves. Paddy turns and sees the ship.]]]

PADDY: Boat.

[[[Richard and Emmeline look at it, and each-other, startled, then make up their minds and head inland with Paddy. Arthur looks at them through the telescope, seeing three muddy bodies.]]]

ARTHUR: No, that couldn’t be them.

[[[He sits down in a chair, and the boat turns around.]]]


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