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 85, 1980

[[[Later, the ship which spotted them on the island drifts nearby. Arthur sits in his chair on deck. A sailor is up in the lookout.]]]

SAILOR: Three points to port, sir! Looks to be a small craft!

ARTHUR: See anyone in it?

SAILOR: I can’t make it out.

[[[Arthur gets up and looks through a telescope at the boat, the dinghy that holds Richard and Emmeline.]]]

ARTHUR: Captain! Three points to port!

CAPTAIN: Three points to port.

SAILOR: Turn, ho.

[[[The sails furl, and the ship turns and goes closer. Arthur continues to look through his telescope. The sails are gathered, and Arthur and three sailors set out in their own dinghy to investigate. They grab hold of the dinghy, and gaze at the three forms in the bottom of the boat.]]]

ARTHUR: Are they dead?

SAILOR: No, sir. They’re asleep.

[[[Arthur looks at the berries, then at their reddened faces. A sailor helps him into the boat.]]]

(End credits)


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