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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:39,375 --> 00:00:40,208 - Morino! 2 00:01:12,583 --> 00:01:13,750 - Scram! 3 00:01:13,750 --> 00:01:16,417 Scram on home to your straw bed! 4 00:01:24,250 --> 00:01:25,333 - Aw shut up! 5 00:03:53,250 --> 00:03:54,667 - I know, I know! 6 00:04:01,667 --> 00:04:03,208 No more leering today. 7 00:04:03,208 --> 00:04:04,042 Run along, sonny. 8 00:04:08,958 --> 00:04:09,833 Aye! 9 00:04:09,833 --> 00:04:11,042 The zipper! 10 00:04:32,292 --> 00:04:33,125 - Tada! 11 00:04:34,292 --> 00:04:36,875 If Rome can't be shot in a day it won't be my fault. 12 00:04:47,417 --> 00:04:48,250 Ciao. 13 00:04:48,250 --> 00:04:49,083 - Ciao. 14 00:05:01,792 --> 00:05:04,292 ♪ Touch me ♪ 15 00:05:04,292 --> 00:05:09,292 ♪ It's like magic when you touch me ♪ 16 00:05:09,333 --> 00:05:14,333 ♪ I was yours the very moment I first knew you ♪ 17 00:05:15,292 --> 00:05:20,208 ♪ Your magic touch ♪ 18 00:05:20,208 --> 00:05:22,375 ♪ Holding ♪ 19 00:05:26,792 --> 00:05:28,875 - Admission is by invitation only. 20 00:05:30,167 --> 00:05:31,875 - It cost me a fistful of lira to persuade 21 00:05:31,875 --> 00:05:34,875 your landlady that I'm really an old friend. 22 00:05:34,875 --> 00:05:36,625 Well a friend of an old friend. 23 00:05:36,625 --> 00:05:38,292 Wallace Drucker. 24 00:05:38,292 --> 00:05:41,208 Bearer of tidings from William Winthrop II. 25 00:05:41,208 --> 00:05:43,292 - She gave him the divorce. 26 00:05:43,292 --> 00:05:44,208 - Not exactly. 27 00:05:48,375 --> 00:05:50,500 - He needed an ambassador to tell me this? 28 00:05:52,625 --> 00:05:53,750 When did you hear? 29 00:05:53,750 --> 00:05:55,083 - Monday. 30 00:05:55,083 --> 00:05:56,958 Long, long letter. 31 00:05:57,000 --> 00:05:58,917 He hinted you left in a bit of a huff. 32 00:06:00,042 --> 00:06:02,833 Said to tell you that you're still his number one girl. 33 00:06:02,833 --> 00:06:04,292 And that he's holding another heart to heart 34 00:06:04,292 --> 00:06:05,500 with his wife this week. 35 00:06:07,458 --> 00:06:08,292 - Another. 36 00:06:08,292 --> 00:06:10,792 - How about that witch in the manger, hmm? 37 00:06:10,792 --> 00:06:13,250 Anyway, Billy's in no mood to wait. 38 00:06:13,250 --> 00:06:14,625 He begged me to fly down here. 39 00:06:14,625 --> 00:06:15,875 Find his girl. 40 00:06:15,875 --> 00:06:16,708 Send her home. 41 00:06:19,833 --> 00:06:21,750 - Why you, Mr. Drucker? 42 00:06:21,750 --> 00:06:23,208 - Surely you've heard Billy speak 43 00:06:23,208 --> 00:06:25,208 of our ancient transatlantic friendship. 44 00:06:26,292 --> 00:06:27,417 We've operated a flourishing 45 00:06:27,417 --> 00:06:29,625 New York/London partnership for years. 46 00:06:29,625 --> 00:06:32,458 Specializing in ships and metals. 47 00:06:32,458 --> 00:06:35,333 Slightly used oil tankers and scrap iron. 48 00:06:35,333 --> 00:06:36,375 And of course love. 49 00:06:37,750 --> 00:06:39,917 Did you make any more records? 50 00:06:39,917 --> 00:06:40,750 - No. 51 00:06:41,625 --> 00:06:44,500 - How's Billy making out with his sideline? 52 00:06:44,500 --> 00:06:46,583 What's his record company called? 53 00:06:46,583 --> 00:06:47,542 - Private label. 54 00:06:47,542 --> 00:06:48,667 -Ah. 55 00:06:48,667 --> 00:06:49,583 - I'm sure you know he didn't 56 00:06:49,583 --> 00:06:51,792 go into it for a profit motive. 57 00:06:51,792 --> 00:06:52,958 - Well I will say it's the first time 58 00:06:52,958 --> 00:06:54,167 he's ever struck talent. 59 00:06:55,000 --> 00:06:57,000 And he's been drilling a long long time. 60 00:06:58,833 --> 00:07:00,917 One more thing in my pouch. 61 00:07:00,917 --> 00:07:02,708 He commissioned me to give you this. 62 00:07:03,542 --> 00:07:04,667 A kiss from Billy boy. 63 00:07:07,917 --> 00:07:11,583 ♪ Your magic touch ♪ 64 00:07:11,583 --> 00:07:12,708 - Well I must say I understand 65 00:07:12,708 --> 00:07:14,875 why he wants you back in a hurry. 66 00:07:14,875 --> 00:07:17,083 - How could you possibly misunderstand? 67 00:07:18,042 --> 00:07:20,042 - You know, I have a hunch that Billy 68 00:07:20,042 --> 00:07:22,333 sent the wrong man on this mission. 69 00:07:22,333 --> 00:07:24,833 But now that we're face to face 70 00:07:24,833 --> 00:07:26,958 I can't help wondering if you know that Billy's 71 00:07:26,958 --> 00:07:29,792 been talking about this divorce for the last 10 years. 72 00:07:29,792 --> 00:07:32,083 And between you and me that's all it'll ever be. 73 00:07:32,083 --> 00:07:32,917 Talk. 74 00:07:34,000 --> 00:07:35,958 I mean to say this is the first time 75 00:07:35,958 --> 00:07:38,208 I've been torn between loyalty and honesty. 76 00:07:38,208 --> 00:07:39,958 - Don't torture yourself, Mr. Drucker. 77 00:07:39,958 --> 00:07:41,375 - Wally. 78 00:07:41,375 --> 00:07:42,958 - Wally. 79 00:07:42,958 --> 00:07:45,083 Look, I've known for a long time 80 00:07:45,083 --> 00:07:47,042 that I'd be going home sooner or later. 81 00:07:48,000 --> 00:07:51,458 But when I go home I'm not going home to William II. 82 00:07:51,458 --> 00:07:53,875 Not sooner, not later, not ever. 83 00:07:53,875 --> 00:07:55,500 - I say. 84 00:07:55,500 --> 00:07:58,542 Well that does open the vistas. 85 00:07:58,542 --> 00:08:01,458 Here I am with three weeks playtime ahead of me. 86 00:08:01,458 --> 00:08:02,917 I was considering a seat change, 87 00:08:02,917 --> 00:08:04,917 but suddenly Rome seems more attractive. 88 00:08:05,833 --> 00:08:07,917 Unless a rather giddy yachting party 89 00:08:07,917 --> 00:08:09,167 happens to appeal to you. 90 00:08:11,125 --> 00:08:13,542 - Didn't Bill tell you that I'm a working girl? 91 00:08:13,542 --> 00:08:16,125 That I always have been, that I earned my own living? 92 00:08:16,125 --> 00:08:17,292 I'm a fashion model. 93 00:08:17,292 --> 00:08:18,667 - With talent like that? 94 00:08:20,583 --> 00:08:21,542 - More than enough. 95 00:08:23,083 --> 00:08:24,208 - So you're a model. 96 00:08:24,208 --> 00:08:25,792 - I'm a clothes horse. 97 00:08:25,792 --> 00:08:27,583 Like a horse is the way I work. 98 00:08:27,583 --> 00:08:29,375 As a matter of fact I worked 10 hours today 99 00:08:29,375 --> 00:08:31,167 and I am very tired. 100 00:08:31,167 --> 00:08:32,458 So if you'll excuse me. 101 00:08:32,458 --> 00:08:34,917 - Well I suppose it wouldn't work anyway. 102 00:08:34,917 --> 00:08:36,083 Billy would be furious to hear 103 00:08:36,083 --> 00:08:37,583 his girl has jumped the leash. 104 00:08:41,417 --> 00:08:42,625 - That yachting party. 105 00:08:43,583 --> 00:08:45,708 Small, intimate I suppose huh? 106 00:08:45,708 --> 00:08:46,917 - On the contrary. 107 00:08:46,917 --> 00:08:49,958 A full contingent of movie stars, obsolete titles, 108 00:08:49,958 --> 00:08:53,792 wrinkled old skin divers, and Axel Jensen himself. 109 00:08:54,875 --> 00:08:57,583 Axel's little houseboat sails for Majorca next week. 110 00:08:57,583 --> 00:08:59,083 Sleeps 30. 111 00:08:59,083 --> 00:09:00,333 If you wanted to you could lose me 112 00:09:00,333 --> 00:09:01,667 with the greatest of ease. 113 00:09:04,958 --> 00:09:07,042 Three weeks of sun and fun in the Greek Isles. 114 00:09:07,042 --> 00:09:07,958 Haven't you earned it? 115 00:09:07,958 --> 00:09:09,917 At 10 hours a day for how many years? 116 00:09:11,750 --> 00:09:12,542 Hmm? 117 00:09:12,583 --> 00:09:13,417 Why not? 118 00:09:15,208 --> 00:09:16,042 - Why not. 119 00:09:17,625 --> 00:09:20,125 That is if you don't mind cabling Billy boy 120 00:09:20,125 --> 00:09:22,458 and informing him of the development. 121 00:09:22,458 --> 00:09:23,667 - Right. 122 00:09:23,667 --> 00:09:25,667 I'll break the news to Billy boy. 123 00:09:25,667 --> 00:09:27,292 He got me out in Paris last trip. 124 00:09:29,208 --> 00:09:30,625 And we'll fly to Majorca. 125 00:09:30,625 --> 00:09:32,167 I've got a plane. 126 00:09:32,167 --> 00:09:33,167 Now shall we dance? 127 00:10:12,417 --> 00:10:14,167 - Storm's about over. 128 00:10:24,458 --> 00:10:25,292 Grazie. 129 00:10:40,292 --> 00:10:41,792 - Spagett in cans. 130 00:10:55,667 --> 00:10:57,750 Very good for the spirit. 131 00:10:59,333 --> 00:11:01,583 Have a drink, Morino. 132 00:11:01,583 --> 00:11:02,417 - No grazie. 133 00:11:03,333 --> 00:11:05,375 - Not even one little small drink? 134 00:11:06,458 --> 00:11:08,958 - Oh pour me, grandfather. 135 00:11:08,958 --> 00:11:10,708 I'm a woman in full bloom. 136 00:11:11,625 --> 00:11:15,042 - When you get the ring, that's when the bloom will be full. 137 00:11:15,042 --> 00:11:16,958 Until then, for children? 138 00:11:18,250 --> 00:11:19,750 Wine. 139 00:11:19,750 --> 00:11:21,667 - But I must practice myself. 140 00:11:22,625 --> 00:11:24,917 What if for my wedding night I take 141 00:11:24,917 --> 00:11:27,875 my first sorsetti and it come back huh? 142 00:11:29,292 --> 00:11:33,208 - Retching is lofty and becoming on the part of maidens. 143 00:11:45,667 --> 00:11:47,083 -Mmmm. 144 00:11:47,083 --> 00:11:48,292 Good. 145 00:11:51,917 --> 00:11:52,750 Plane. 146 00:11:54,292 --> 00:11:55,208 Out of gas. 147 00:11:59,958 --> 00:12:00,792 Stay here! 148 00:12:52,375 --> 00:12:53,792 - Hello there. 149 00:12:53,792 --> 00:12:55,458 - Are you all right? 150 00:12:56,833 --> 00:12:58,375 - Yeah. 151 00:13:01,500 --> 00:13:03,333 - Wally's in there! 152 00:13:03,333 --> 00:13:04,167 - Morino! 153 00:13:09,292 --> 00:13:12,375 - No no, never touch electrical systems in crashed planes! 154 00:13:13,250 --> 00:13:14,042 Oh my leg! 155 00:13:14,083 --> 00:13:15,042 Laura I can't move. 156 00:13:15,042 --> 00:13:16,708 - Oh Wally. 157 00:13:16,708 --> 00:13:19,625 It's a piece of metal holding you like a hook. 158 00:13:19,625 --> 00:13:21,708 I don't know how we're gonna get that out. 159 00:13:23,417 --> 00:13:24,250 - Watch the gypsy. 160 00:13:24,250 --> 00:13:25,083 Where's my wallet? 161 00:13:26,000 --> 00:13:28,667 - Oh Wally, please. 162 00:13:28,667 --> 00:13:29,500 - Grazie. 163 00:13:29,500 --> 00:13:30,333 Molto grazie. 164 00:13:30,333 --> 00:13:32,250 - Aw shut up! 165 00:13:32,250 --> 00:13:33,250 I get Moore. 166 00:13:35,917 --> 00:13:36,750 - Laura! 167 00:13:38,833 --> 00:13:39,958 - I'll find someone. 168 00:13:39,958 --> 00:13:41,250 Somewhere. 169 00:13:44,375 --> 00:13:46,208 We don't need any strangers here. 170 00:13:48,500 --> 00:13:49,667 - While you're talking about it 171 00:13:49,667 --> 00:13:51,917 that man in there could be bleeding to death. 172 00:13:53,292 --> 00:13:55,292 - I'm sorta suffering from shock myself. 173 00:13:57,333 --> 00:13:58,417 - He's rich. 174 00:14:01,583 --> 00:14:03,125 - Well let's get with it, lady. 175 00:14:08,292 --> 00:14:09,667 - Took long enough, chum! 176 00:14:17,083 --> 00:14:18,292 Have a heart now. 177 00:14:22,375 --> 00:14:24,125 - You can help by passing out. 178 00:14:31,792 --> 00:14:34,250 You mean the storm blew us all the way down here? 179 00:14:35,542 --> 00:14:37,417 - Yes, we're right here by Sardinia. 180 00:14:40,833 --> 00:14:42,250 - You're generous with that liquor, darling, 181 00:14:42,250 --> 00:14:43,625 but don't let me overdo it. 182 00:14:55,542 --> 00:14:56,958 Hey what's going on here? 183 00:14:59,333 --> 00:15:01,333 What is this, a chamber of horrors? 184 00:15:01,333 --> 00:15:03,958 - Wally, we can't get a doctor here. 185 00:15:03,958 --> 00:15:06,708 If your leg is going to heal up it has to be sewn. 186 00:15:06,708 --> 00:15:07,542 - With What? 187 00:15:08,542 --> 00:15:10,000 - Fish net thread and needle. 188 00:15:11,208 --> 00:15:12,375 - Oh no you don't! 189 00:15:13,333 --> 00:15:14,792 I'm armed, you know I am, Laura. 190 00:15:14,792 --> 00:15:16,667 I'm calling the terms now. 191 00:15:16,667 --> 00:15:18,500 - All right, call it and relax. 192 00:15:19,375 --> 00:15:21,208 - Look, you're no doctor! 193 00:15:21,208 --> 00:15:23,417 You're gonna give me blood poisoning with that stiletto! 194 00:15:23,417 --> 00:15:24,500 - Wally have a drink. 195 00:15:24,500 --> 00:15:25,333 - No! 196 00:15:26,625 --> 00:15:27,875 Hey, how about money though huh? 197 00:15:27,875 --> 00:15:29,083 Big money, real money! 198 00:15:29,083 --> 00:15:30,583 - Can't charge, no license. 199 00:15:31,875 --> 00:15:32,958 Now hold him will you? 200 00:15:34,167 --> 00:15:35,625 - I hope you know what you're doing. 201 00:15:35,625 --> 00:15:36,458 - Sure. 202 00:15:36,500 --> 00:15:38,292 I used to lace footballs in college. 203 00:15:41,958 --> 00:15:44,583 - Do us a favor, Wally, and pass out again will you? 204 00:15:51,542 --> 00:15:52,375 Look. 205 00:15:52,375 --> 00:15:53,500 That castle. 206 00:15:53,500 --> 00:15:54,917 Why didn't you... 207 00:15:54,917 --> 00:15:56,458 Why should we crowd you when there's 208 00:15:56,458 --> 00:15:58,500 all that room up there to live in? 209 00:15:58,500 --> 00:15:59,958 - Urbano earns a yearly pittance 210 00:15:59,958 --> 00:16:01,958 from the government keeping itinerant fishermen 211 00:16:01,958 --> 00:16:05,333 and wrecked plane survivors out of there. 212 00:16:05,333 --> 00:16:06,500 - Who's to know or care? 213 00:16:06,500 --> 00:16:09,375 - You'd know or care if the roof fell in on you. 214 00:16:09,375 --> 00:16:12,083 Happened to a family of squatters turn of the century. 215 00:16:14,500 --> 00:16:17,292 I don't think that chimney's gonna hold under my weight. 216 00:16:19,667 --> 00:16:21,250 - Well. 217 00:16:21,250 --> 00:16:22,958 Here's hoping it holds under mine. 218 00:16:34,042 --> 00:16:36,417 First time I ever wanted my slip to show. 219 00:16:44,042 --> 00:16:45,500 You know, I can't get over it. 220 00:16:45,500 --> 00:16:47,958 Just the three of you on this whole island. 221 00:16:47,958 --> 00:16:49,125 Doesn't it get lonely? 222 00:16:49,125 --> 00:16:49,958 - We like it. 223 00:17:06,167 --> 00:17:09,292 - If nobody sees that distress signal 224 00:17:09,292 --> 00:17:11,333 how long might we be stuck here? 225 00:17:11,333 --> 00:17:13,417 - Oh about five weeks. 226 00:17:13,417 --> 00:17:14,833 - Five weeks? 227 00:17:14,833 --> 00:17:16,042 Oh that's a joke. 228 00:17:16,042 --> 00:17:18,917 - Not until the island cutter pays us his next visit. 229 00:17:18,917 --> 00:17:20,208 That's why I'll have to ask you not to use 230 00:17:20,208 --> 00:17:22,167 any fresh water when you shampoo again. 231 00:17:23,292 --> 00:17:25,750 - Well other boats, what about them? 232 00:17:25,750 --> 00:17:26,583 And planes and- 233 00:17:26,583 --> 00:17:28,333 - Too far off course. 234 00:17:28,333 --> 00:17:29,917 Unless you expect to be missed. 235 00:17:31,208 --> 00:17:32,792 - I don't know, Mr. Moore. 236 00:17:32,792 --> 00:17:34,333 We were flying to Majorca to join 237 00:17:34,333 --> 00:17:37,042 a party on Axel Jensen's yacht. 238 00:17:37,042 --> 00:17:38,708 Two week cruise. 239 00:17:38,708 --> 00:17:39,792 But the odds are- 240 00:17:39,792 --> 00:17:41,708 - That Axel Jensen never counts noses. 241 00:17:48,833 --> 00:17:50,792 - If you feel the intrusion so much let's hope 242 00:17:50,792 --> 00:17:53,417 it gets results before the five weeks are up. 243 00:17:53,417 --> 00:17:54,333 Now about Wally. 244 00:17:54,333 --> 00:17:55,375 - He'll be all right. 245 00:17:56,292 --> 00:17:59,042 - You know, you sew a mean seam. 246 00:17:59,042 --> 00:18:01,042 Were you ever a tailor in civilian life? 247 00:18:04,958 --> 00:18:08,417 What I meant was about Wally's clothes. 248 00:18:08,417 --> 00:18:09,375 - His clothes? 249 00:18:09,375 --> 00:18:12,833 - Yes, I mean mine too, so if you'd 250 00:18:12,833 --> 00:18:15,042 help me get our bags out of the plane. 251 00:18:16,708 --> 00:18:18,667 I don't know what your circumstances are, 252 00:18:18,667 --> 00:18:20,958 but Wally doesn't expect anything for free. 253 00:18:22,417 --> 00:18:24,250 - Two bits a bag will be about right. 254 00:18:38,792 --> 00:18:41,292 ♪ Touch me ♪ 255 00:18:41,292 --> 00:18:45,625 ♪ It's like magic when you touch me ♪ 256 00:18:48,500 --> 00:18:49,708 - Grazie. 257 00:18:49,708 --> 00:18:51,125 - Not even one little. 258 00:18:57,792 --> 00:18:59,500 - Be polite. 259 00:18:59,500 --> 00:19:00,667 Speak inglese. 260 00:19:01,708 --> 00:19:02,542 - Si. 261 00:19:07,417 --> 00:19:09,417 That's the part that gets me every time. 262 00:19:10,333 --> 00:19:11,167 Right here. 263 00:19:19,667 --> 00:19:22,000 - You know Laura, I'm toying with the notion 264 00:19:22,000 --> 00:19:24,708 that Moore may have actually hit on a saner way of life. 265 00:19:24,708 --> 00:19:26,500 I could almost go for it right now. 266 00:19:26,500 --> 00:19:27,333 Except. 267 00:19:29,458 --> 00:19:33,042 Whiskey flows like water here and you never touch a drop. 268 00:19:33,042 --> 00:19:34,417 Bothers me. 269 00:19:34,417 --> 00:19:35,958 Beachcombers always drink. 270 00:19:37,833 --> 00:19:40,500 - Why don't you try to hobble around a little huh? 271 00:19:40,500 --> 00:19:41,792 - Too soon, dear. 272 00:19:41,792 --> 00:19:44,208 No seriously, how about Moore's design for living? 273 00:19:44,208 --> 00:19:45,042 Appeals to me. 274 00:19:46,208 --> 00:19:47,583 Think you can settle for a desert island 275 00:19:47,583 --> 00:19:49,667 instead of Majorca, Laura? 276 00:19:49,667 --> 00:19:52,583 - The thought of letting you off so cheaply fairly gags me. 277 00:20:01,125 --> 00:20:02,875 - No no, bambina. 278 00:20:02,875 --> 00:20:04,000 You stay here. 279 00:20:07,375 --> 00:20:11,625 Drink this and sleep well, businessman. 280 00:20:11,625 --> 00:20:12,917 - Grazie, grandfather. 281 00:20:15,500 --> 00:20:18,375 - Bene bene bene, sleep sleep sleep. 282 00:20:20,625 --> 00:20:22,042 Molto bene. 283 00:20:24,125 --> 00:20:24,958 Molto bene. 284 00:20:31,875 --> 00:20:33,958 - So you don't enjoy my baiting Moore huh? 285 00:20:36,417 --> 00:20:38,167 - I have to live here too you know. 286 00:20:41,167 --> 00:20:42,333 - Where you going? 287 00:20:42,333 --> 00:20:44,000 - To get a little fresh air. 288 00:20:46,542 --> 00:20:49,458 - You're not thinking of begging my pardon for me are you? 289 00:21:14,458 --> 00:21:15,292 - Why... 290 00:21:49,917 --> 00:21:50,750 Oh! 291 00:21:51,875 --> 00:21:53,542 You took my slip off the chimney. 292 00:21:54,667 --> 00:21:56,958 What about our distress signal, Moore? 293 00:21:56,958 --> 00:21:58,625 - Must have blown off huh? 294 00:21:58,625 --> 00:21:59,458 - No huh. 295 00:22:00,583 --> 00:22:02,333 Why do you lie about it? 296 00:22:02,333 --> 00:22:03,583 - About what? 297 00:22:03,583 --> 00:22:04,833 - My slip! 298 00:22:04,833 --> 00:22:05,958 My slip! 299 00:22:05,958 --> 00:22:07,583 - I might get bored with this subject 300 00:22:07,583 --> 00:22:09,500 and push you off into that black water down there. 301 00:22:09,500 --> 00:22:10,875 - Sure you might. 302 00:22:10,875 --> 00:22:13,000 You might shoot me with that gun too. 303 00:22:13,000 --> 00:22:14,833 What's the reason for that? 304 00:22:14,833 --> 00:22:17,292 Why do you always have it around? 305 00:22:17,292 --> 00:22:18,250 - I'm on the lamb. 306 00:22:24,042 --> 00:22:25,417 - At least that would be some excuse 307 00:22:25,417 --> 00:22:27,583 for putting up with this starvation diet. 308 00:22:28,542 --> 00:22:30,333 Little stinging sand flies 309 00:22:30,333 --> 00:22:34,125 and sand in your food, sand in your bed, sand... 310 00:22:34,125 --> 00:22:35,958 - Lady don't pester too much. 311 00:22:35,958 --> 00:22:37,542 The cutter will get here when it gets here. 312 00:22:37,542 --> 00:22:38,375 And the way we're living is the way 313 00:22:38,375 --> 00:22:40,542 we want to go on living, so cut it out. 314 00:22:40,542 --> 00:22:42,208 - So don't take down the signals. 315 00:23:00,958 --> 00:23:03,208 That was shortsighted of you. 316 00:23:03,208 --> 00:23:04,542 But very much in character. 317 00:23:05,875 --> 00:23:07,792 I'd forgotten how long I've known you. 318 00:23:09,042 --> 00:23:09,875 - Known me? 319 00:23:09,875 --> 00:23:12,917 - Yes, I've known you rich and poor, married, single. 320 00:23:13,750 --> 00:23:16,000 You lone wolves. 321 00:23:16,000 --> 00:23:17,958 What are you doing here? 322 00:23:17,958 --> 00:23:20,125 You belong on an island with nobody on it. 323 00:23:21,875 --> 00:23:23,875 - It's just what I was looking for. 324 00:23:23,875 --> 00:23:25,708 Here so you won't get lost. 325 00:23:38,250 --> 00:23:39,083 - It stopped. 326 00:23:39,083 --> 00:23:40,333 - Don't believe it. 327 00:23:40,333 --> 00:23:42,417 It can rain for weeks in these pest holds. 328 00:23:44,083 --> 00:23:45,333 Look at that sun. 329 00:23:45,333 --> 00:23:46,375 Blistering. 330 00:23:46,375 --> 00:23:48,500 We drown for two days and now we boil. 331 00:23:52,083 --> 00:23:54,042 Now why's he glued to this every day? 332 00:23:57,167 --> 00:23:58,958 - Says he's looking for a date farmer. 333 00:23:58,958 --> 00:24:00,292 - A date farmer. 334 00:24:01,167 --> 00:24:02,292 A date farmer? 335 00:24:03,917 --> 00:24:08,250 I don't get any part of this seedy setup yet. 336 00:24:08,250 --> 00:24:09,625 But I jolly well intend to. 337 00:24:10,833 --> 00:24:12,917 - How you shine in adversity. 338 00:24:12,917 --> 00:24:14,250 Blinds me to your fault. 339 00:24:14,250 --> 00:24:15,708 - What does that mean? 340 00:24:15,708 --> 00:24:16,625 What are you doing? 341 00:24:18,333 --> 00:24:20,625 - This ought to catch some roving sailor's eye. 342 00:24:20,625 --> 00:24:21,792 - Now look, you said if it stopped raining 343 00:24:21,792 --> 00:24:23,333 we'd take our first long walk today. 344 00:24:23,333 --> 00:24:24,667 - Be right back. 345 00:25:32,750 --> 00:25:34,917 - Next shampoo's on the house. 346 00:25:48,250 --> 00:25:49,083 - Moore. 347 00:25:49,083 --> 00:25:49,917 - Yeah? 348 00:25:49,917 --> 00:25:52,625 - This is just a question, not the bell for the next round. 349 00:25:52,625 --> 00:25:53,458 - Shoot. 350 00:25:55,083 --> 00:25:58,417 - What in the name of my curiosity are you doing here? 351 00:25:59,750 --> 00:26:01,542 - Well they say that every man dreams of escaping 352 00:26:01,542 --> 00:26:04,167 to a desert island some time in his life. 353 00:26:04,167 --> 00:26:05,917 I'm the guy who did it, that's all. 354 00:26:07,375 --> 00:26:09,250 - Except your island wasn't deserted. 355 00:26:10,792 --> 00:26:11,750 - Luckily for me. 356 00:26:13,542 --> 00:26:16,875 - Now let's have your real reason for dawdling here. 357 00:26:16,875 --> 00:26:18,917 - Who's in a hurry? 358 00:26:18,917 --> 00:26:19,833 What's your hurry? 359 00:26:21,583 --> 00:26:23,417 - I've come this far. 360 00:26:23,417 --> 00:26:25,917 So when Axel Jensen's yacht sails 361 00:26:25,917 --> 00:26:28,125 for Majorca I wanna be on it, that's all. 362 00:26:30,458 --> 00:26:33,250 - There's something in the way you say Axel Jensen. 363 00:26:33,250 --> 00:26:34,292 The other day too. 364 00:26:35,167 --> 00:26:36,375 - No matter who says it. 365 00:26:37,417 --> 00:26:40,333 It still means the same thing, $100 million. 366 00:26:41,208 --> 00:26:42,833 - You like the sound of that. 367 00:26:44,083 --> 00:26:45,958 - So far I've only caught the echoes. 368 00:26:47,917 --> 00:26:49,458 - You'll be able to promote yourself 369 00:26:49,458 --> 00:26:51,167 another pass to the big show. 370 00:26:51,167 --> 00:26:52,708 You're beautiful, that's the ticket. 371 00:26:52,708 --> 00:26:54,917 - Is this the point where the girl says 372 00:26:56,167 --> 00:26:59,083 "Please don't judge by appearances. 373 00:27:00,083 --> 00:27:02,167 "I haven't taken advantage as much 374 00:27:02,167 --> 00:27:03,875 "as I've been taken advantage of"? 375 00:27:06,917 --> 00:27:08,917 - What's that supposed to be? 376 00:27:08,917 --> 00:27:10,542 - Latest model in signals. 377 00:27:11,417 --> 00:27:13,250 Care to help me hoist? 378 00:27:13,250 --> 00:27:14,083 - Sure. 379 00:27:35,208 --> 00:27:37,208 - Let's hope it stays up this time huh? 380 00:27:47,583 --> 00:27:48,417 There. 381 00:28:02,250 --> 00:28:04,958 - So you're tired of not taking advantage. 382 00:28:06,250 --> 00:28:08,625 Now instead of squandering your tangible assets 383 00:28:08,625 --> 00:28:11,125 you're gonna capitalize on them. 384 00:28:11,125 --> 00:28:13,833 I say that's a point most women reach sooner or later. 385 00:28:20,292 --> 00:28:23,208 By the way, what's Wally in your promotion? 386 00:28:23,208 --> 00:28:24,542 Principal or just an agent? 387 00:28:37,000 --> 00:28:38,417 - You can bet he takes those signals down 388 00:28:38,417 --> 00:28:41,583 just for the kicks he gets helping you put them up. 389 00:28:41,583 --> 00:28:42,417 There he goes. 390 00:28:42,417 --> 00:28:43,542 - Oh, the telescope again. 391 00:28:43,542 --> 00:28:45,583 - He told me what a date farmer does. 392 00:28:45,583 --> 00:28:48,625 He dives for "datarie del mare" dates of the sea. 393 00:28:48,625 --> 00:28:50,667 Little shellfish that live in the bottom of the ocean. 394 00:28:50,667 --> 00:28:52,500 That's what a date farmer does. 395 00:28:52,500 --> 00:28:53,792 - So why the 24 hour alert? 396 00:28:53,792 --> 00:28:56,208 - Eh, all of a sudden his English failed him. 397 00:28:57,167 --> 00:28:58,875 Actually it's Americanese. 398 00:28:58,875 --> 00:29:01,958 Like every other Italian he's lived in America a few years. 399 00:29:01,958 --> 00:29:03,583 Oh, but he told me plenty. 400 00:29:03,583 --> 00:29:05,708 Everything but what I want to know. 401 00:29:05,750 --> 00:29:06,833 Who is Moore? 402 00:29:08,125 --> 00:29:10,708 - Wally, this is far enough your first time out. 403 00:29:10,708 --> 00:29:11,708 - No no. 404 00:29:11,708 --> 00:29:13,333 I wanna see what's over this way. 405 00:29:13,333 --> 00:29:15,542 Unless you've already looked. 406 00:29:15,542 --> 00:29:16,375 - No, not yet. 407 00:29:24,042 --> 00:29:25,958 - Used to be a path leading down here. 408 00:29:29,083 --> 00:29:30,333 And it's been covered. 409 00:29:41,625 --> 00:29:42,458 A yacht. 410 00:29:43,292 --> 00:29:44,833 An ocean-going yacht. 411 00:29:46,250 --> 00:29:48,250 - What is it, a shipwreck? 412 00:29:48,250 --> 00:29:49,792 - Beached. 413 00:29:49,792 --> 00:29:52,292 Deliberately permanently beached. 414 00:29:52,292 --> 00:29:54,333 Come on, let's have a look. 415 00:29:54,333 --> 00:29:55,917 Tell you this. 416 00:29:55,917 --> 00:29:57,875 No one man can launch her again unless he's 417 00:29:57,875 --> 00:30:00,458 a better sailor than the man who put her here. 418 00:30:00,500 --> 00:30:01,667 He must have sailed her in 419 00:30:01,667 --> 00:30:03,792 with every rag flying on high tide. 420 00:30:04,833 --> 00:30:06,417 And that took some doing, Laura. 421 00:30:07,417 --> 00:30:09,708 It's hard to believe isn't it? 422 00:30:09,708 --> 00:30:10,542 - No. 423 00:30:12,167 --> 00:30:14,542 Is anything too peculiar to believe about Moore? 424 00:30:17,625 --> 00:30:18,917 - Perdido. 425 00:30:18,917 --> 00:30:20,208 That ought to ring a bell. 426 00:30:21,500 --> 00:30:22,333 Doesn't. 427 00:30:22,333 --> 00:30:23,375 - Means lost. 428 00:30:24,375 --> 00:30:27,167 - Well we found it. 429 00:30:27,167 --> 00:30:28,000 And you can bet that's why 430 00:30:28,000 --> 00:30:30,375 he camouflaged that path up there. 431 00:30:30,375 --> 00:30:31,542 He didn't want us to. 432 00:30:35,208 --> 00:30:36,042 - Here. 433 00:30:36,042 --> 00:30:37,458 - You know what you're seeing? 434 00:30:37,458 --> 00:30:39,125 Huh? 435 00:30:39,125 --> 00:30:40,833 Mahogany finish. 436 00:30:40,833 --> 00:30:42,417 Deep decks. 437 00:30:42,417 --> 00:30:44,083 Copper bottom. 438 00:30:44,083 --> 00:30:45,917 This was a boat! 439 00:30:45,917 --> 00:30:47,833 She can go anywhere. 440 00:30:47,833 --> 00:30:50,917 If he was a hoodlum it wasn't for peanuts. 441 00:30:52,583 --> 00:30:53,417 - Hoodlum. 442 00:30:55,542 --> 00:30:57,708 - Criminal the way he let this boat go. 443 00:31:04,875 --> 00:31:07,583 Suppose he's one of those disappearing atomic scientists? 444 00:31:08,500 --> 00:31:10,333 Hey, not a log book in the lot. 445 00:31:12,958 --> 00:31:14,750 Anyway, he's a chap who never hesitated 446 00:31:14,750 --> 00:31:17,000 when the barkeep asked him what he wanted. 447 00:31:17,000 --> 00:31:19,250 - Maybe his last name is really Pinch-Bottle. 448 00:31:22,375 --> 00:31:23,750 He's a margin marker. 449 00:31:26,333 --> 00:31:28,792 "Good consists in maintaining, 450 00:31:28,792 --> 00:31:31,250 "assisting, and enhancing life. 451 00:31:32,125 --> 00:31:36,750 "And that to destroy, to harm, or to hinder life is evil." 452 00:31:36,750 --> 00:31:39,417 - Now just when and why did he stop drinking? 453 00:31:43,167 --> 00:31:46,208 Distinguished Service Cross. 454 00:31:46,250 --> 00:31:47,542 Look! 455 00:31:47,542 --> 00:31:48,375 -Hmm? 456 00:31:51,208 --> 00:31:52,208 "For Valor." 457 00:31:53,792 --> 00:31:56,708 Alcohol has eaten the inscription away though. 458 00:31:56,750 --> 00:31:58,958 - Think what this stuff does to your stomach. 459 00:32:02,917 --> 00:32:05,792 Well if he's willing to let the Perdido rot here. 460 00:32:05,792 --> 00:32:07,292 He might let us borrow it huh? 461 00:32:08,167 --> 00:32:09,125 - But you said it would take- 462 00:32:09,125 --> 00:32:10,667 - It would take a better man to launch it 463 00:32:10,667 --> 00:32:12,167 than the man that put it here. 464 00:32:12,958 --> 00:32:14,625 That's me. 465 00:32:14,625 --> 00:32:17,750 But the first thing, my pet, is getting him to lend it. 466 00:32:19,000 --> 00:32:19,875 And that's you. 467 00:32:19,875 --> 00:32:21,042 - Me? 468 00:32:21,042 --> 00:32:22,208 Oh now look Wally, I- 469 00:32:22,208 --> 00:32:24,375 - There's no wild rush. 470 00:32:24,375 --> 00:32:27,167 You're not gonna waste the privacy are you? 471 00:32:27,167 --> 00:32:28,875 The beautiful privacy. 472 00:32:28,875 --> 00:32:30,875 - Wally, this isn't really privacy 473 00:32:30,875 --> 00:32:33,208 and Moore's liable to remind us of it at any... 474 00:32:35,125 --> 00:32:36,375 All right. 475 00:32:36,375 --> 00:32:37,750 I'll ask him for the boat. 476 00:32:39,250 --> 00:32:40,083 Now. 477 00:32:41,417 --> 00:32:42,250 - Go ahead. 478 00:32:43,333 --> 00:32:44,958 I'll snoop around here a bit more. 479 00:32:50,042 --> 00:32:51,333 - Wally. 480 00:32:51,333 --> 00:32:52,750 -Hmm? 481 00:32:52,750 --> 00:32:55,708 - If he mentions money what are you willing to pay? 482 00:32:55,708 --> 00:32:57,250 - Oh I'll leave that up to you. 483 00:32:58,167 --> 00:33:00,125 Between you and me I'll go fairly high. 484 00:33:00,958 --> 00:33:02,542 To secure my present investment. 485 00:33:31,292 --> 00:33:36,292 - Hi. 486 00:33:37,167 --> 00:33:38,958 Where is everybody? 487 00:33:38,958 --> 00:33:42,167 - Hunting crabs for the supa de peste. 488 00:33:42,167 --> 00:33:43,542 - Oh. 489 00:33:43,542 --> 00:33:45,000 Fish soup again huh? 490 00:33:45,917 --> 00:33:50,417 - Groceries around this kitchen will get worse. 491 00:33:50,417 --> 00:33:51,542 And more so. 492 00:33:53,833 --> 00:33:58,667 What three will eat in five days, five will eat in three. 493 00:34:02,542 --> 00:34:05,708 But don't trouble your conscience. 494 00:34:05,750 --> 00:34:07,917 You're in your own house. 495 00:34:07,917 --> 00:34:08,750 Aye! 496 00:34:09,750 --> 00:34:11,167 - Here, sit down. 497 00:34:13,375 --> 00:34:14,625 - Grazie, grazie. 498 00:34:14,625 --> 00:34:16,542 Grazie, grazie, grazie. 499 00:34:22,958 --> 00:34:24,167 - Señor Varno. 500 00:34:25,250 --> 00:34:26,083 Tell me. 501 00:34:27,083 --> 00:34:29,208 Don't you think that I'm a bad influence 502 00:34:29,208 --> 00:34:32,292 around here with my lipstick and... 503 00:34:32,292 --> 00:34:33,125 Well you know. 504 00:34:34,750 --> 00:34:36,708 - Cultures vary. 505 00:34:36,708 --> 00:34:38,333 You are innocent too. 506 00:34:38,333 --> 00:34:39,250 In your way. 507 00:34:41,875 --> 00:34:43,250 - Well what I'm getting at. 508 00:34:44,458 --> 00:34:47,667 Would you help persuade Mr. Moore to lend us his boat? 509 00:34:47,667 --> 00:34:49,333 We found it today. 510 00:34:49,333 --> 00:34:50,750 - Persuade? 511 00:34:50,750 --> 00:34:53,083 He'd be happy to see you go. 512 00:34:53,083 --> 00:34:54,875 If that's your wish. 513 00:34:54,875 --> 00:34:55,708 - Yes? 514 00:34:55,708 --> 00:34:58,667 Well why did he take my second slip off the chimney then? 515 00:34:58,667 --> 00:35:00,583 - A strong wind. 516 00:35:02,750 --> 00:35:03,917 Into the sea. 517 00:35:06,042 --> 00:35:08,667 - Well anyway, we need the boat. 518 00:35:10,083 --> 00:35:12,667 Urbano, we want out. 519 00:35:14,167 --> 00:35:15,375 - Bene. 520 00:35:15,375 --> 00:35:16,750 I see now. 521 00:35:16,750 --> 00:35:20,292 You don't want stranger watching your courtship. 522 00:35:20,292 --> 00:35:22,583 Your happiness. 523 00:35:22,583 --> 00:35:23,958 - Let's put it another way. 524 00:35:25,750 --> 00:35:27,667 I hate it here. 525 00:35:30,375 --> 00:35:32,292 Urbano please. 526 00:35:32,292 --> 00:35:34,458 You know how to handle him. 527 00:35:34,458 --> 00:35:36,250 If you talk to him just in the right way 528 00:35:36,250 --> 00:35:37,833 at the right time I'm sure- 529 00:35:37,875 --> 00:35:40,042 - Hey, good catch! 530 00:35:40,042 --> 00:35:40,875 - Bene! 531 00:35:42,208 --> 00:35:43,458 - Look at these. 532 00:35:43,458 --> 00:35:45,792 - Ah, bene, bene, belissime! 533 00:35:50,708 --> 00:35:51,542 Amico. 534 00:35:51,542 --> 00:35:52,375 - Yeah? 535 00:35:52,375 --> 00:35:53,208 - May they borrow the boat? 536 00:35:53,208 --> 00:35:54,125 - Sure. 537 00:35:54,125 --> 00:35:54,958 - Good. 538 00:35:58,542 --> 00:36:03,375 - Mr. Moore, if you're so anxious to get us off your back, 539 00:36:03,375 --> 00:36:05,750 why didn't you think of lending us the boat? 540 00:36:05,750 --> 00:36:08,292 - There's a lot of work repairing and launching it. 541 00:36:08,292 --> 00:36:09,625 - Wally can do it. 542 00:36:09,625 --> 00:36:10,792 - I don't think he can. 543 00:36:11,917 --> 00:36:13,583 - He's a better man than you... 544 00:36:14,583 --> 00:36:15,417 Think. 545 00:36:29,000 --> 00:36:31,667 - Sorry to rush you, old boy, but today's a working day. 546 00:36:43,125 --> 00:36:43,958 - Here. 547 00:36:43,958 --> 00:36:46,000 If they fit, wear them in good health. 548 00:36:46,000 --> 00:36:47,375 It's too hot for skirts. 549 00:36:52,875 --> 00:36:54,208 - Hey Moore. 550 00:36:54,208 --> 00:36:55,125 - Yeah? 551 00:36:55,125 --> 00:36:56,958 - Since you shelved the Perdido, 552 00:36:56,958 --> 00:37:00,250 for good it looked like, would you consider selling it? 553 00:37:01,083 --> 00:37:02,708 - I'll consider it. 554 00:37:02,708 --> 00:37:04,167 - Of course that'll involve messing around 555 00:37:04,167 --> 00:37:06,792 with the papers, but if the price is right hmm? 556 00:37:07,750 --> 00:37:10,417 Your registration is in order I presume, hmm? 557 00:37:10,417 --> 00:37:11,958 You got the papers? 558 00:37:12,000 --> 00:37:13,125 We'll mess around with the papers 559 00:37:13,125 --> 00:37:14,500 when we make the deal. 560 00:37:14,500 --> 00:37:15,500 - When will that be? 561 00:37:17,708 --> 00:37:19,083 - After you've launched her. 562 00:37:23,958 --> 00:37:25,583 - All right, let's get a move on. 563 00:37:26,500 --> 00:37:27,750 - Without breakfast? 564 00:37:27,750 --> 00:37:29,250 - You're the one who says we're eating too much. 565 00:37:29,250 --> 00:37:30,417 We'll settle for lunch. 566 00:37:59,333 --> 00:38:00,167 - Morino. 567 00:38:04,917 --> 00:38:05,750 You like? 568 00:38:23,292 --> 00:38:25,542 - Let's encourage an early sailing, shall we? 569 00:38:27,583 --> 00:38:28,417 - Laura! 570 00:38:33,083 --> 00:38:36,125 Someone has poured water into every cylinder. 571 00:38:36,125 --> 00:38:37,667 Someone, did I say? 572 00:38:37,667 --> 00:38:39,333 That joker's off his rocker! 573 00:38:39,333 --> 00:38:40,375 - Moore? 574 00:38:40,375 --> 00:38:41,875 He doesn't seem that crazy. 575 00:38:41,875 --> 00:38:43,208 - Would you call him sane? 576 00:38:43,208 --> 00:38:44,917 When he stole our rescue the night of the crash, 577 00:38:44,917 --> 00:38:46,667 when he hid the boat and then agreed to loan it? 578 00:38:46,667 --> 00:38:48,500 The disappearing signals? 579 00:38:48,500 --> 00:38:50,625 Oh he's cunning, I grant you. 580 00:38:50,625 --> 00:38:52,792 Take the double-talk about selling me the boat. 581 00:38:52,792 --> 00:38:54,875 He doesn't want to give me a look at the ship's papers. 582 00:38:54,875 --> 00:38:57,250 It's illegal to change a boat's name you know. 583 00:38:57,250 --> 00:38:58,875 - Why would he want to change it? 584 00:38:59,750 --> 00:39:02,000 - What's he doing with a boat like this? 585 00:39:02,000 --> 00:39:03,917 He's crooked, that's what. 586 00:39:03,917 --> 00:39:05,125 - You just said he was crazy. 587 00:39:05,125 --> 00:39:06,458 - So he's a crazy crook! 588 00:39:19,958 --> 00:39:21,750 Don't you fret, puss. 589 00:39:21,750 --> 00:39:22,750 He won't stop us. 590 00:39:23,667 --> 00:39:25,833 Urbano says high tide's due next week. 591 00:39:25,833 --> 00:39:27,458 We'll be ready. 592 00:39:27,458 --> 00:39:30,750 - Wally, we're only gonna sail her to the mainland. 593 00:39:30,750 --> 00:39:32,458 This talk of buying. 594 00:39:32,458 --> 00:39:34,708 I mean is it worth it? 595 00:39:34,708 --> 00:39:35,708 - I want this yacht. 596 00:39:36,583 --> 00:39:37,583 She's a real find. 597 00:39:39,542 --> 00:39:40,917 But I wouldn't buy thousands of dollars 598 00:39:40,917 --> 00:39:43,375 worth of boat ride for myself alone. 599 00:39:43,375 --> 00:39:44,208 So you tell me. 600 00:39:45,625 --> 00:39:46,500 Is it worth it? 601 00:39:48,250 --> 00:39:50,208 I could teach you all I know about sailing. 602 00:39:50,208 --> 00:39:52,958 - Wally, be suave like before. 603 00:39:52,958 --> 00:39:54,708 Like at a table with candlelight 604 00:39:54,708 --> 00:39:56,083 and stiff cover charge huh? 605 00:39:57,292 --> 00:39:59,583 - Don't really know me yet do you? 606 00:39:59,583 --> 00:40:01,333 I'm a hard character in my own way. 607 00:40:02,417 --> 00:40:03,250 Don't forget it. 608 00:40:16,917 --> 00:40:18,333 Just a crashing boar huh? 609 00:40:19,750 --> 00:40:20,958 You can't kid me. 610 00:40:20,958 --> 00:40:21,792 It's Moore. 611 00:40:23,042 --> 00:40:24,250 - What do you mean Moore? 612 00:40:24,250 --> 00:40:25,208 - I'm not a complete fool. 613 00:40:25,208 --> 00:40:26,792 You let that loon get under your skin. 614 00:40:26,792 --> 00:40:27,958 Why don't you admit it? 615 00:40:30,917 --> 00:40:31,750 Admit it, Laura. 616 00:40:42,208 --> 00:40:43,042 Hey. 617 00:40:53,417 --> 00:40:54,583 - In the mood for food? 618 00:40:56,083 --> 00:40:57,375 - Who was that? 619 00:40:57,375 --> 00:40:58,208 - Urbano. 620 00:40:58,250 --> 00:41:00,042 - Urbano make it down those rocks? 621 00:41:00,042 --> 00:41:01,250 It was Moore. 622 00:41:01,250 --> 00:41:02,542 - As a matter of fact I think it was Costanza- 623 00:41:02,542 --> 00:41:03,667 - I know it was Moore! 624 00:41:04,667 --> 00:41:08,958 What I don't know is was the kiss for me or for him? 625 00:41:17,792 --> 00:41:20,083 He's taken it down again. 626 00:41:20,083 --> 00:41:22,167 - Laura I warn you, he's dangerous. 627 00:41:22,167 --> 00:41:23,625 Probably schizo. 628 00:41:23,625 --> 00:41:25,542 Right hand doesn't know what his left hand's doing. 629 00:41:25,542 --> 00:41:27,750 All right, laugh if you want to. 630 00:41:27,750 --> 00:41:29,625 - I want to, but I can't. 631 00:41:42,792 --> 00:41:43,750 Any luck? 632 00:41:51,125 --> 00:41:53,792 - It's just that the clams don't dig me. 633 00:41:53,792 --> 00:41:55,750 - Nice of you to volunteer. 634 00:41:55,750 --> 00:41:57,500 Poor pickings on this beach though. 635 00:41:59,083 --> 00:41:59,917 Where's Wally? 636 00:42:03,083 --> 00:42:05,500 - A roll of wire turned up missing this morning. 637 00:42:06,417 --> 00:42:07,542 It was here last night. 638 00:42:08,542 --> 00:42:10,083 He's gone to get some. 639 00:42:10,083 --> 00:42:11,125 - To the plane? 640 00:42:11,125 --> 00:42:12,708 - No, to the wire tree. 641 00:42:15,208 --> 00:42:17,042 - Give him this. 642 00:42:17,042 --> 00:42:18,292 - Whatever for? 643 00:42:18,292 --> 00:42:19,708 - Exhaust hose, he'll need it. 644 00:42:19,708 --> 00:42:21,250 I've been using it on the sink. 645 00:42:22,750 --> 00:42:24,250 - You're being very helpful. 646 00:42:24,250 --> 00:42:27,000 - If there's anything else you need just holler. 647 00:42:27,000 --> 00:42:27,833 - Wire! 648 00:42:28,958 --> 00:42:30,292 - Sorry, I don't have any. 649 00:42:31,750 --> 00:42:33,792 - Well I must say this for you. 650 00:42:33,792 --> 00:42:36,125 You're full of little surprises. 651 00:42:36,125 --> 00:42:40,125 Disappearing wire and then reappearing hose. 652 00:42:40,125 --> 00:42:42,625 You think I'll ever find the missing piece? 653 00:42:42,625 --> 00:42:45,750 Something so I'll be able to make some sense out of you? 654 00:42:45,750 --> 00:42:48,250 - If you do, please let me be the first to know. 655 00:42:48,250 --> 00:42:49,083 - Hey! 656 00:42:49,083 --> 00:42:50,250 Hello out there! 657 00:42:50,250 --> 00:42:51,083 Hey! 658 00:42:53,167 --> 00:42:54,000 Hey! 659 00:42:56,667 --> 00:42:57,625 Keep coming! 660 00:42:57,667 --> 00:42:59,292 Keep coming! 661 00:42:59,292 --> 00:43:00,208 Come on in! 662 00:43:02,708 --> 00:43:03,542 Come in! 663 00:43:08,167 --> 00:43:09,292 Don't shoot! 664 00:43:09,292 --> 00:43:11,250 Don't shoot, I'm a friend! 665 00:43:11,250 --> 00:43:12,083 We need help! 666 00:43:19,958 --> 00:43:20,792 - Stop! 667 00:43:20,792 --> 00:43:21,625 Don't shoot! 668 00:43:21,625 --> 00:43:23,875 What's the matter with you? 669 00:43:27,417 --> 00:43:29,250 - He come close and he'll kill you! 670 00:43:29,250 --> 00:43:34,250 You see? 671 00:43:43,000 --> 00:43:47,667 - Well with my aim I'm liable to kill him. 672 00:43:47,667 --> 00:43:49,000 Come on! 673 00:43:54,375 --> 00:43:55,875 - So long, junior! 674 00:44:00,708 --> 00:44:02,833 - Thanks for the quick service, baby. 675 00:44:02,833 --> 00:44:05,000 - For nothing, sweetheart. 676 00:44:10,250 --> 00:44:12,250 - First my nylon slip. 677 00:44:12,250 --> 00:44:13,833 Then my lace petticoat. 678 00:44:13,833 --> 00:44:14,792 Now my skin. 679 00:44:16,875 --> 00:44:19,458 - Water in the cylinders, stolen distributor wire, 680 00:44:19,458 --> 00:44:21,250 and now armed attack on a rescue boat! 681 00:44:21,250 --> 00:44:22,667 You're keeping us here and I know why! 682 00:44:22,667 --> 00:44:23,500 - Why? 683 00:44:23,500 --> 00:44:24,500 Wally! 684 00:44:24,500 --> 00:44:25,333 - Why? 685 00:44:25,333 --> 00:44:26,167 - 'Cause you're insane! 686 00:44:29,833 --> 00:44:31,333 - What you greeted as a rescue mission 687 00:44:31,333 --> 00:44:32,500 is a man who wants to kill me. 688 00:44:32,500 --> 00:44:33,708 - He could have taken us out of here, 689 00:44:33,708 --> 00:44:35,583 but then you couldn't sell us your boat huh? 690 00:44:35,583 --> 00:44:36,417 - Off, Wally. 691 00:44:36,417 --> 00:44:37,542 Way way off. 692 00:44:38,583 --> 00:44:40,125 - Don't forget, you made a verbal 693 00:44:40,125 --> 00:44:41,708 commitment to sell the Perdido. 694 00:44:41,708 --> 00:44:43,667 Laura you're my witness. 695 00:44:43,667 --> 00:44:45,167 Laura where you going? 696 00:44:45,167 --> 00:44:46,250 - To the boat. 697 00:44:46,250 --> 00:44:47,875 I need a drink. 698 00:44:47,875 --> 00:44:49,333 - Good, let's both get drunk. 699 00:45:38,417 --> 00:45:41,208 - I have a remedy for what ails you. 700 00:45:42,625 --> 00:45:44,625 One raw sardine. 701 00:45:44,625 --> 00:45:47,958 Swallowed whole with goat's milk. 702 00:45:50,917 --> 00:45:52,417 - Thanks, I'll skip breakfast. 703 00:46:04,625 --> 00:46:06,875 Disgustingly healthy. 704 00:46:06,875 --> 00:46:09,083 - They practice themselves 705 00:46:09,083 --> 00:46:12,708 to swim the point around tomorrow. 706 00:46:12,708 --> 00:46:13,542 - Why? 707 00:46:14,458 --> 00:46:15,958 - Just to do the thing. 708 00:46:20,917 --> 00:46:23,708 - That man in the boat yesterday. 709 00:46:23,708 --> 00:46:24,917 Is that the date farmer? 710 00:46:25,792 --> 00:46:27,292 Gavino. 711 00:46:28,625 --> 00:46:30,250 - Does he want to kill Moore? 712 00:46:30,250 --> 00:46:34,708 - Since five years Gavino comes and goes. 713 00:46:34,708 --> 00:46:39,708 Between the day trucks and his village on Sardinia. 714 00:46:39,792 --> 00:46:44,417 He has no doubts about Costanza for his wife. 715 00:46:44,417 --> 00:46:46,875 He only waits for her to grow a little. 716 00:46:46,875 --> 00:46:49,375 One day he comes and looks and sees. 717 00:46:49,375 --> 00:46:50,958 Like that. 718 00:46:50,958 --> 00:46:53,333 - The serpent had crawled into the garden. 719 00:46:54,167 --> 00:46:56,625 - A stranger comes, a friend stays. 720 00:46:56,625 --> 00:47:00,083 One week, two, then bang. 721 00:47:00,083 --> 00:47:02,458 Moore finds out that it's Gavino. 722 00:47:02,458 --> 00:47:05,083 He says I go, Costanza says you stay. 723 00:47:05,083 --> 00:47:07,333 I'm not promised to that Sardinal, 724 00:47:07,333 --> 00:47:09,250 so Moore defends himself. 725 00:47:11,333 --> 00:47:14,083 - But is Gavino shooting to kill? 726 00:47:14,083 --> 00:47:15,917 - He defends his honors. 727 00:47:15,917 --> 00:47:17,958 Yes, he shoots to kill. 728 00:47:18,000 --> 00:47:19,583 Moore knows. 729 00:47:19,583 --> 00:47:21,875 That's why he watches. 730 00:47:26,417 --> 00:47:30,125 And thus it goes until the ceremony in the spring. 731 00:47:30,125 --> 00:47:32,000 When her life is joined to Moore's. 732 00:47:33,292 --> 00:47:35,625 Maybe then Gavino stops shooting. 733 00:47:37,542 --> 00:47:38,375 Maybe not. 734 00:47:44,958 --> 00:47:45,792 - Well. 735 00:47:47,625 --> 00:47:50,000 Nothing ventured, nothing gained. 736 00:47:51,917 --> 00:47:53,625 Old Saradinian proverb. 737 00:48:28,250 --> 00:48:29,958 - Taking a little sun? 738 00:48:30,000 --> 00:48:31,167 - No. 739 00:48:31,167 --> 00:48:33,750 I'm going to swim the point around. 740 00:48:33,750 --> 00:48:34,958 - Why? 741 00:48:34,958 --> 00:48:36,833 - Just to do the same. 742 00:48:36,833 --> 00:48:39,250 - Can't say you're not in shape, but for swimming? 743 00:48:39,250 --> 00:48:40,208 Don't try it today. 744 00:48:44,083 --> 00:48:44,958 Rough sea! 745 00:48:47,375 --> 00:48:49,375 Watch out for the current, it's strong! 746 00:48:49,375 --> 00:48:51,042 Take it wide around the point! 747 00:48:52,875 --> 00:48:53,875 - Thank you. 748 00:51:00,417 --> 00:51:01,833 - How about that. 749 00:51:03,417 --> 00:51:04,667 How about that. 750 00:51:06,833 --> 00:51:07,667 Laura! 751 00:51:14,542 --> 00:51:16,250 I trust you enjoyed your swim! 752 00:51:17,083 --> 00:51:18,917 You know those distributor wires? 753 00:51:18,917 --> 00:51:20,250 This time they've been cut! 754 00:51:21,292 --> 00:51:23,292 Oh there's a method in this madness. 755 00:51:23,292 --> 00:51:25,750 He'd like to see me lose my mind. 756 00:51:25,750 --> 00:51:29,042 If he swiped the whole distributor, or the rotor. 757 00:51:29,042 --> 00:51:30,875 But no, he cuts the leads. 758 00:51:31,875 --> 00:51:33,125 I have to call him on this one. 759 00:51:33,125 --> 00:51:34,125 I've got to call him! 760 00:51:34,125 --> 00:51:35,125 I'll sue him! 761 00:52:04,250 --> 00:52:06,417 - I'm sorry I worried you. 762 00:52:09,500 --> 00:52:10,583 That's a lie. 763 00:52:22,917 --> 00:52:25,833 I don't care what you are. 764 00:52:25,833 --> 00:52:27,167 - What am I? 765 00:52:27,208 --> 00:52:29,042 - I don't know. 766 00:52:29,042 --> 00:52:30,208 I should care, but I... 767 00:52:36,875 --> 00:52:39,250 Everyone has his problems hasn't he? 768 00:52:39,250 --> 00:52:40,125 - Sure. 769 00:52:40,125 --> 00:52:41,708 Mine are my own, nobody else's. 770 00:52:41,708 --> 00:52:42,542 - That's unreal. 771 00:52:42,542 --> 00:52:43,708 You can't live that way. 772 00:52:43,708 --> 00:52:45,458 - I'll live. 773 00:52:45,500 --> 00:52:47,208 - Like this? 774 00:52:47,208 --> 00:52:49,583 On this pile of rocks with a pretty child to amuse you 775 00:52:49,583 --> 00:52:51,917 and a wise old man to do your thinking for you? 776 00:52:52,833 --> 00:52:54,250 What's gonna happen when the Wallys 777 00:52:54,250 --> 00:52:56,250 and the Lauras start crowding in? 778 00:52:56,250 --> 00:52:58,042 You gonna keep moving? 779 00:52:58,042 --> 00:52:59,917 What happens when Gavino finally lands? 780 00:52:59,917 --> 00:53:01,958 You're gonna keep missing him with that gun? 781 00:53:04,208 --> 00:53:06,167 - I'll solve it my own way. 782 00:53:07,125 --> 00:53:09,083 Just don't mix your problems with mine. 783 00:53:09,083 --> 00:53:10,208 You got your sights all set. 784 00:53:10,250 --> 00:53:11,417 Axel Jensen or bust. 785 00:53:11,417 --> 00:53:12,792 Stay with it, it'll pay off. 786 00:53:16,458 --> 00:53:17,792 - I saw it! 787 00:53:17,792 --> 00:53:18,875 And I'm on to you now. 788 00:53:18,875 --> 00:53:21,458 It isn't money and I don't buy that nut act. 789 00:53:21,458 --> 00:53:23,250 You're a sadist and a lecher. 790 00:53:23,250 --> 00:53:25,083 And you've had your eye on Laura from the start. 791 00:53:25,083 --> 00:53:26,542 And you cut the wires to keep her here 792 00:53:26,542 --> 00:53:28,125 so you could get your dirty mitts on her. 793 00:53:28,125 --> 00:53:29,958 You're not going to get away with it! 794 00:53:32,208 --> 00:53:34,125 The primitive life, yeah. 795 00:53:34,125 --> 00:53:36,292 But take somebody else's woman for spice! 796 00:53:54,625 --> 00:53:56,708 - On second thought, you'll look a long time before you find 797 00:53:56,708 --> 00:53:59,042 somebody who's better suited to you than Wally. 798 00:54:29,500 --> 00:54:31,167 - We swam the point around. 799 00:54:31,167 --> 00:54:33,208 - Tide was out. 800 00:54:33,208 --> 00:54:34,250 Well. 801 00:54:34,250 --> 00:54:35,833 It's nice engineering. 802 00:54:36,792 --> 00:54:38,500 - God and the tides be willing, 803 00:54:38,500 --> 00:54:40,750 we'll be gone by the end of the week. 804 00:54:40,750 --> 00:54:42,708 - Urbano's planning kind of a farewell dinner. 805 00:54:42,708 --> 00:54:46,333 Sort of a let bygones be bygones ham bake. 806 00:54:46,333 --> 00:54:47,917 Save a little time for it huh? 807 00:54:47,917 --> 00:54:48,750 Come. 808 00:54:52,208 --> 00:54:54,792 - Something's improved his disposition. 809 00:54:54,792 --> 00:54:57,125 Could it be the prospect of seeing the last of us? 810 00:54:59,125 --> 00:55:00,542 Okay Laura! 811 00:55:21,125 --> 00:55:23,250 - Wally, I'm gonna go get cleaned up 812 00:55:23,250 --> 00:55:24,917 for the farewell dinner. 813 00:55:24,917 --> 00:55:25,958 Lovely word isn't it? 814 00:55:25,958 --> 00:55:26,792 - Yeah. 815 00:55:26,792 --> 00:55:27,625 - You coming? 816 00:55:28,750 --> 00:55:31,292 - Look, after sleeping aboard since the fight 817 00:55:31,292 --> 00:55:34,167 I don't wanna leave the boat unguarded now. 818 00:55:34,167 --> 00:55:35,833 Here, give this to Moore. 819 00:55:38,625 --> 00:55:40,125 - $5,000? 820 00:55:40,125 --> 00:55:41,292 - Down payment. 821 00:55:41,292 --> 00:55:42,500 Now let's see what kind of papers 822 00:55:42,500 --> 00:55:43,875 and terms that price loses. 823 00:55:44,917 --> 00:55:47,250 - Well I'll see what happens. 824 00:55:49,208 --> 00:55:50,750 - Be here early for the shove off. 825 00:55:50,750 --> 00:55:51,583 - Yep. 826 00:55:53,083 --> 00:55:54,417 - High tide's around noon. 827 00:56:01,750 --> 00:56:02,958 See what this is? 828 00:56:03,875 --> 00:56:04,708 Patch paint. 829 00:56:05,625 --> 00:56:06,625 - So? 830 00:56:06,625 --> 00:56:09,208 - Ten to one there's another name underneath. 831 00:56:09,208 --> 00:56:12,083 And I have an exact and sensational idea what it'll be. 832 00:56:12,917 --> 00:56:14,833 But I'm not sounding off 'til I'm sure. 833 00:56:17,708 --> 00:56:19,958 Would you collect what's left of our luggage? 834 00:56:37,125 --> 00:56:38,500 - Oh, here. 835 00:56:38,500 --> 00:56:39,542 Let me do that. 836 00:56:39,542 --> 00:56:40,917 - No no no no no. 837 00:56:40,917 --> 00:56:42,917 You are the guest of honors. 838 00:56:44,208 --> 00:56:45,042 Moore. 839 00:56:45,042 --> 00:56:47,417 A farewell dance with the guest. 840 00:57:18,708 --> 00:57:19,542 - Pronto! 841 00:57:32,833 --> 00:57:34,458 - Where's Wally? 842 00:57:34,458 --> 00:57:36,458 I saved this for him. 843 00:57:36,500 --> 00:57:39,792 - Oh, well I'll have to take him some. 844 00:57:39,792 --> 00:57:41,958 He's awfully busy with last minute things on the boat. 845 00:57:42,000 --> 00:57:44,333 He asks you to excuse him. 846 00:57:45,625 --> 00:57:49,125 And I'd like to say for both Wally and me 847 00:57:49,125 --> 00:57:51,958 that we know how much discomfort 848 00:57:51,958 --> 00:57:53,875 and inconvenience we've caused you. 849 00:57:55,917 --> 00:57:59,167 And we'll always be grateful to you. 850 00:57:59,167 --> 00:58:00,708 - You exaggerate, my dear. 851 00:58:02,083 --> 00:58:05,083 - Here's to a successful launching. 852 00:58:06,375 --> 00:58:07,208 - Oh! 853 00:58:07,208 --> 00:58:08,042 Wait, wait. 854 00:58:16,375 --> 00:58:19,750 So that we're sure that it's a perfectly legal launching. 855 00:58:20,667 --> 00:58:21,500 Here. 856 00:58:21,500 --> 00:58:23,625 Wally's down payment. 857 00:58:23,625 --> 00:58:26,417 And I suppose he'll wanna know about the balance 858 00:58:26,417 --> 00:58:29,125 and see the papers and things like that. 859 00:58:29,125 --> 00:58:30,917 - Trip to Majorca's on me. 860 00:58:31,792 --> 00:58:32,625 - What? 861 00:58:32,625 --> 00:58:34,667 - Tell Wally to tie up at the Club Nautical. 862 00:58:34,667 --> 00:58:37,667 Send word of your arrival via the cutter Elena. 863 00:58:38,500 --> 00:58:40,542 I'll tear this up when I hear. 864 00:58:40,542 --> 00:58:42,583 - But why should you? 865 00:58:42,583 --> 00:58:44,792 Wally wants to buy the Perdido. 866 00:58:44,792 --> 00:58:46,500 - We're sure to disagree about price. 867 00:58:46,500 --> 00:58:48,750 - Well how can you be so sure? 868 00:58:48,750 --> 00:58:49,750 - Well let's spare ourselves 869 00:58:49,750 --> 00:58:51,583 the unpleasant possibility shall we? 870 00:58:53,167 --> 00:58:54,708 We trust each other don't we? 871 00:58:54,708 --> 00:58:55,583 - Implicitly. 872 00:58:56,500 --> 00:58:58,500 - Aw drop dead. 873 00:58:58,500 --> 00:59:00,417 - Your English gets better and better. 874 00:59:01,958 --> 00:59:03,042 - Now. 875 00:59:05,208 --> 00:59:08,167 - To your virgin voyage. 876 00:59:09,500 --> 00:59:10,333 - Grazie. 877 00:59:11,375 --> 00:59:13,375 And I drink to the mother of you all. 878 00:59:13,375 --> 00:59:14,500 Whoever she may be. 879 01:01:07,958 --> 01:01:09,542 - What do you know. 880 01:01:15,708 --> 01:01:17,583 Well hello there. 881 01:01:18,792 --> 01:01:19,625 - Aw shut up. 882 01:01:21,750 --> 01:01:24,833 - How many times have you seen electric lights? 883 01:01:24,833 --> 01:01:25,750 - Many times. 884 01:01:27,833 --> 01:01:28,875 Four. 885 01:01:28,875 --> 01:01:30,375 - Well how about a radio? 886 01:01:30,375 --> 01:01:32,000 Ever hear a radio? 887 01:01:32,000 --> 01:01:34,458 Moore hid the tubes, but I found them. 888 01:01:34,458 --> 01:01:36,625 Hey, I'll tune into mambo in the cabin. 889 01:01:36,625 --> 01:01:37,458 Comprende? 890 01:01:37,458 --> 01:01:38,417 Shake a leg, chop chop. 891 01:01:55,000 --> 01:01:56,083 Nice music huh? 892 01:01:58,625 --> 01:02:00,208 - Chop chop. 893 01:02:00,208 --> 01:02:02,250 - This'll blunt the shock of my big news. 894 01:02:04,500 --> 01:02:05,333 Here. 895 01:02:15,417 --> 01:02:16,250 - Chop. 896 01:02:21,417 --> 01:02:22,875 - His name isn't Moore. 897 01:02:26,958 --> 01:02:29,208 Nobody ever heard of Moore. 898 01:02:29,208 --> 01:02:31,750 But who hasn't heard of Scott Moorehouse, 899 01:02:31,750 --> 01:02:34,083 owner of Islanders I, II, and III? 900 01:02:34,083 --> 01:02:35,542 A wreck of a different color. 901 01:02:36,792 --> 01:02:38,958 You haven't, my pet. 902 01:02:38,958 --> 01:02:41,000 But then you never heard of radio either. 903 01:02:42,000 --> 01:02:43,333 You've struck a gold mine. 904 01:02:44,417 --> 01:02:46,125 A worked out gold mine. 905 01:02:47,792 --> 01:02:51,875 - I don't like you. 906 01:02:51,875 --> 01:02:54,583 - Your "Marine" is as balmy as they come. 907 01:02:54,583 --> 01:02:55,625 I knew it. 908 01:02:55,625 --> 01:02:57,667 He's as mad as a hatter. 909 01:02:57,667 --> 01:02:59,167 Mad with guilt. 910 01:02:59,167 --> 01:03:01,292 Mad with remorse. 911 01:03:01,292 --> 01:03:02,333 Mad about you. 912 01:03:03,500 --> 01:03:05,875 And there's where you have to hand it to him. 913 01:03:05,875 --> 01:03:07,208 You lovely primitive. 914 01:03:08,208 --> 01:03:09,042 You belle Ia belle. 915 01:03:15,333 --> 01:03:16,667 Watch it please. 916 01:03:17,833 --> 01:03:19,333 - Up. 917 01:03:19,333 --> 01:03:20,583 Chop chop chop. 918 01:03:58,667 --> 01:03:59,500 Chop chop. 919 01:04:07,333 --> 01:04:08,250 Moorehouse? 920 01:04:12,792 --> 01:04:14,542 Now I'm experienced too. 921 01:04:15,542 --> 01:04:18,833 I have kissed with two tourists. 922 01:04:18,833 --> 01:04:19,667 - Come? 923 01:04:19,667 --> 01:04:20,625 How was it? 924 01:04:22,208 --> 01:04:23,958 - Like to kiss Urbano. 925 01:04:34,417 --> 01:04:37,042 I practice myself for my wedding cup. 926 01:04:38,542 --> 01:04:42,125 Is like to drink water. 927 01:05:05,917 --> 01:05:07,875 - It's a little nautical for my taste. 928 01:05:07,875 --> 01:05:10,042 I wish I'd found your scrapbook instead. 929 01:05:11,250 --> 01:05:13,000 I said I didn't care what you were. 930 01:05:14,625 --> 01:05:17,250 But of all the things that entered my head, wow. 931 01:05:18,958 --> 01:05:22,292 Why anything Axel Jensen's got you've got more of. 932 01:05:23,417 --> 01:05:26,042 Money, girls, troubles. 933 01:05:26,042 --> 01:05:27,583 Scott Moorehouse. 934 01:05:27,583 --> 01:05:29,917 The original playboy of the Western world. 935 01:05:31,000 --> 01:05:32,292 - You go tell Wally to launch 936 01:05:32,292 --> 01:05:35,125 that boat tomorrow come hell or high water. 937 01:05:35,125 --> 01:05:35,958 - Right. 938 01:05:37,458 --> 01:05:38,958 I'll just collect our debris. 939 01:05:42,042 --> 01:05:43,958 How the newspapers loved you. 940 01:05:44,958 --> 01:05:46,625 It was an Iowa school teacher 941 01:05:46,625 --> 01:05:49,333 that you for wasn't it? 942 01:05:49,333 --> 01:05:52,375 And all those rhinoceri and women. 943 01:05:52,375 --> 01:05:56,208 Bagged on safaris into Africa and Mayfair. 944 01:05:57,083 --> 01:05:58,875 Even in the war. 945 01:05:58,875 --> 01:06:00,958 Weren't you always parachuting onto 946 01:06:00,958 --> 01:06:04,125 exotic isles and taking them single-handed? 947 01:06:04,125 --> 01:06:05,333 - No, I came in with the medics 948 01:06:05,333 --> 01:06:07,167 to help patch up the heroes. 949 01:06:09,167 --> 01:06:10,792 - Dr. Moorehouse? 950 01:06:12,375 --> 01:06:14,667 Oh but don't be so modest. 951 01:06:14,667 --> 01:06:15,792 I saw a medal. 952 01:06:15,792 --> 01:06:17,083 - For accidentally bumping into 953 01:06:17,083 --> 01:06:18,917 an enemy patrol on New Guinea. 954 01:06:18,917 --> 01:06:21,208 I also got hook worms out of that scuffle. 955 01:06:21,208 --> 01:06:22,958 - And a wife too I seem to recall. 956 01:06:23,958 --> 01:06:27,750 The daughter of the missionary who hid you saved your life. 957 01:06:27,750 --> 01:06:30,083 - You do read the newspapers don't you? 958 01:06:30,083 --> 01:06:31,875 - Uh-huh, I do. 959 01:06:31,875 --> 01:06:34,250 But they didn't tell me everything. 960 01:06:35,542 --> 01:06:37,667 They didn't say a thing about the medics 961 01:06:37,667 --> 01:06:40,875 or whether or not you practiced medicine. 962 01:06:40,875 --> 01:06:42,083 Whether your wife was- 963 01:06:42,083 --> 01:06:44,792 - You'll forgive me if I don't fill you in on my courtship. 964 01:06:46,042 --> 01:06:48,708 Let's see, did I practice? 965 01:06:48,708 --> 01:06:50,667 No, because I never interned. 966 01:06:50,667 --> 01:06:51,792 I was too busy showing 967 01:06:51,792 --> 01:06:54,750 the missionary's daughter the big fat world. 968 01:06:54,750 --> 01:06:56,167 - Elsa Moorehouse. 969 01:06:57,000 --> 01:06:58,458 Papers loved her too. 970 01:06:59,667 --> 01:07:00,958 She liked the world? 971 01:07:00,958 --> 01:07:02,708 - Not right off. 972 01:07:02,708 --> 01:07:05,083 All the sight and sounds confused her. 973 01:07:05,083 --> 01:07:06,583 Even the sound of money. 974 01:07:06,583 --> 01:07:08,708 If you can believe that. 975 01:07:08,708 --> 01:07:09,875 - Okay. 976 01:07:09,875 --> 01:07:10,708 Sorry I asked. 977 01:07:10,708 --> 01:07:11,542 - But you did. 978 01:07:13,250 --> 01:07:15,583 Where she came from two and two made four. 979 01:07:15,583 --> 01:07:17,333 Two is company, three was a crowd. 980 01:07:18,208 --> 01:07:20,000 Simple equations. 981 01:07:20,000 --> 01:07:22,125 But I taught her a higher mathematics. 982 01:07:22,125 --> 01:07:24,125 That though two was company, three was a ball. 983 01:07:24,125 --> 01:07:26,042 And what money could buy. 984 01:07:26,042 --> 01:07:26,875 Anybody. 985 01:07:27,833 --> 01:07:29,417 Until finally you couldn't tell her apart 986 01:07:29,417 --> 01:07:32,958 from any of Wally's four wives say. 987 01:07:33,000 --> 01:07:33,833 Or you. 988 01:07:42,083 --> 01:07:43,500 - This ends three years ago. 989 01:07:45,458 --> 01:07:48,708 You and Elsa sailed the Islander out of Portofino. 990 01:07:48,708 --> 01:07:50,333 Just the two of you. 991 01:07:50,333 --> 01:07:51,708 And then there was nothing. 992 01:07:53,417 --> 01:07:55,875 - It ends there because I killed her. 993 01:07:55,875 --> 01:07:57,458 - No, that isn't what the new... 994 01:07:58,833 --> 01:07:59,750 There was a storm. 995 01:07:59,750 --> 01:08:01,250 - And I was drunk! 996 01:08:02,333 --> 01:08:04,125 The inquiry slapped my wrist and let me off, 997 01:08:04,125 --> 01:08:06,583 but whether she was washed overboard 998 01:08:06,583 --> 01:08:08,292 or fell or jumped I caused it. 999 01:08:10,417 --> 01:08:11,958 - Three years is a long time. 1000 01:08:13,292 --> 01:08:14,542 Nothing has helped. 1001 01:08:15,583 --> 01:08:17,667 Desert island, going on the wagon, 1002 01:08:17,667 --> 01:08:19,875 or even changing names. 1003 01:08:19,875 --> 01:08:21,667 - It wasn't names, it was lives! 1004 01:08:24,958 --> 01:08:26,417 - Lives. 1005 01:08:26,417 --> 01:08:27,250 Lives. 1006 01:08:29,042 --> 01:08:31,000 The world or an island. 1007 01:08:31,000 --> 01:08:32,625 You're gonna shape it to fit. 1008 01:08:33,958 --> 01:08:36,667 And now you've found a new innocent. 1009 01:08:36,667 --> 01:08:39,917 And already you're teaching her higher mathematics. 1010 01:08:39,917 --> 01:08:41,708 Tell me something, Moore. 1011 01:08:41,750 --> 01:08:43,667 How many triangles can you squeeze out 1012 01:08:43,667 --> 01:08:45,708 of a total population of six? 1013 01:08:46,625 --> 01:08:47,458 Tell me! 1014 01:08:48,375 --> 01:08:49,750 What's changed, Moore? 1015 01:08:50,792 --> 01:08:52,667 Besides the scenery and your name. 1016 01:08:54,917 --> 01:08:57,042 - Where's your good conduct medal? 1017 01:09:01,917 --> 01:09:02,750 Beat it. 1018 01:09:04,000 --> 01:09:05,625 Go on, beat it! 1019 01:09:48,583 --> 01:09:50,958 - At least give me one straight answer. 1020 01:09:50,958 --> 01:09:53,167 Did I name a psycho on site or didn't I? 1021 01:09:54,125 --> 01:09:56,458 - Let's agree he's a real strange guy. 1022 01:09:56,458 --> 01:09:57,708 - Now don't hedge, Laura. 1023 01:09:59,125 --> 01:10:00,375 - I'm here, Wally. 1024 01:10:00,375 --> 01:10:02,083 Majorca bound. 1025 01:10:02,083 --> 01:10:05,000 - I'm not referring to how he got rid of his wife. 1026 01:10:05,000 --> 01:10:07,000 It was cheaper than divorce. 1027 01:10:07,000 --> 01:10:10,125 I'm talking about how he got rid of his money. 1028 01:10:10,125 --> 01:10:11,750 - What are you talking about? 1029 01:10:12,583 --> 01:10:15,250 - He gave away all his money. 1030 01:10:15,250 --> 01:10:16,958 All his money. 1031 01:10:16,958 --> 01:10:18,500 All for a mad fancy that would 1032 01:10:18,500 --> 01:10:20,292 save his marriage or his wife. 1033 01:10:20,292 --> 01:10:21,375 The immovable object. 1034 01:10:22,250 --> 01:10:24,417 She wanted to keep the money, sensible girl. 1035 01:10:24,417 --> 01:10:26,708 - How do you know so much about it? 1036 01:10:26,750 --> 01:10:28,000 - He admitted at the inquiry 1037 01:10:28,000 --> 01:10:31,125 that they'd been quarreling about it for days. 1038 01:10:31,125 --> 01:10:32,458 It wasn't just a giveaway. 1039 01:10:33,292 --> 01:10:34,625 It's what he gave it to. 1040 01:10:34,625 --> 01:10:35,958 It's how he gave it. 1041 01:10:37,083 --> 01:10:39,458 Laura, she's moving! 1042 01:11:08,875 --> 01:11:09,708 Here! 1043 01:11:40,875 --> 01:11:43,458 - If I launched her, when I launched her! 1044 01:11:43,458 --> 01:11:44,958 Well you joker, she's launched! 1045 01:11:51,917 --> 01:11:53,208 Where are they? 1046 01:11:53,208 --> 01:11:54,042 - Wally. 1047 01:11:54,042 --> 01:11:54,875 -Hmm? 1048 01:11:54,875 --> 01:11:55,875 - What? 1049 01:11:55,875 --> 01:11:56,708 - Huh? 1050 01:11:56,708 --> 01:11:58,000 - What did Moore give his money to? 1051 01:11:58,000 --> 01:11:58,958 - Oh who cares. 1052 01:12:00,375 --> 01:12:01,542 We've done it, Laura! 1053 01:12:01,542 --> 01:12:04,417 - Wally, what did he give his money to? 1054 01:12:04,417 --> 01:12:06,500 - Some wide-eyed medical handout. 1055 01:12:06,500 --> 01:12:07,958 - Tell me. 1056 01:12:07,958 --> 01:12:10,958 - He set up this system of free clinics in the south. 1057 01:12:10,958 --> 01:12:13,042 Carolinas are in the south aren't they? 1058 01:12:13,042 --> 01:12:13,875 Yep. 1059 01:12:13,875 --> 01:12:15,792 He dumped it all back in the same blighted hills 1060 01:12:15,792 --> 01:12:18,542 old Sulfur Moorehouse sweated it out of. 1061 01:12:18,542 --> 01:12:20,375 And it wasn't even a tax dodge. 1062 01:12:23,958 --> 01:12:25,417 You're quite a gal, you know? 1063 01:12:26,375 --> 01:12:28,333 No lightweight little cruise companion. 1064 01:12:29,292 --> 01:12:30,125 My mistake. 1065 01:12:31,292 --> 01:12:33,375 You're a difficult, but rewarding woman. 1066 01:12:34,667 --> 01:12:36,750 These last few days of working side by side with you 1067 01:12:36,750 --> 01:12:39,375 have helped me make up my mind about something. 1068 01:12:40,667 --> 01:12:42,375 - This will keep won't it, Wally? 1069 01:12:42,375 --> 01:12:43,250 - Sure. 1070 01:12:43,250 --> 01:12:46,167 I just wanna brace you against any marriage proposals 1071 01:12:46,167 --> 01:12:48,750 that come your way between here and the mainland. 1072 01:12:48,750 --> 01:12:51,167 - I'll be ready with a one syllable answer. 1073 01:12:51,167 --> 01:12:52,583 - Attagirl! 1074 01:12:52,583 --> 01:12:56,583 If I do say so myself, I'm a better catch than Moore. 1075 01:12:56,583 --> 01:12:58,583 I hang onto my money. 1076 01:12:58,583 --> 01:12:59,958 - The answer will be no. 1077 01:13:00,958 --> 01:13:02,667 - I don't think you understood me. 1078 01:13:03,833 --> 01:13:08,792 - Just drop me any place where I can buy a ticket home. 1079 01:13:09,792 --> 01:13:11,833 - You're not by any chance... 1080 01:13:11,833 --> 01:13:12,833 Yes you are. 1081 01:13:14,042 --> 01:13:16,167 You're running back to Billy boy. 1082 01:13:16,167 --> 01:13:17,958 - Billy? 1083 01:13:18,000 --> 01:13:19,458 Bill. 1084 01:13:19,458 --> 01:13:21,667 No, I'm not going back to Bill. 1085 01:13:23,125 --> 01:13:24,958 I'm just going back. 1086 01:13:27,167 --> 01:13:30,458 If I ever run into another man-sized man, 1087 01:13:30,500 --> 01:13:32,542 I hope I'm wearing my good conduct medal. 1088 01:13:33,708 --> 01:13:37,375 - Oh now I know why you came stomping back last night. 1089 01:13:37,375 --> 01:13:39,917 You made your play for Moore and he chose Costanza. 1090 01:13:53,875 --> 01:13:55,083 - Costanza. 1091 01:14:10,875 --> 01:14:11,958 - Wally. 1092 01:14:11,958 --> 01:14:12,833 Look. 1093 01:14:14,125 --> 01:14:14,958 - What do you know. 1094 01:14:14,958 --> 01:14:15,792 - Put me ashore. 1095 01:14:17,083 --> 01:14:18,167 - Aye aye, sir. 1096 01:14:18,167 --> 01:14:19,458 - No Wally, you don't understand. 1097 01:14:19,458 --> 01:14:20,833 I took Moore's gun. 1098 01:14:20,833 --> 01:14:22,458 - Well how'd you get so clever? 1099 01:14:36,333 --> 01:14:37,167 - Wally. 1100 01:14:37,167 --> 01:14:38,042 - Yeah? 1101 01:14:38,042 --> 01:14:39,042 - Turn back. 1102 01:14:39,042 --> 01:14:40,333 - Huh? 1103 01:14:40,333 --> 01:14:41,875 - I'm gonna return this, Wally. 1104 01:14:44,042 --> 01:14:45,625 - Now that you proved you don't know me at all 1105 01:14:45,625 --> 01:14:47,125 go back to the cabin. 1106 01:14:47,125 --> 01:14:48,625 - Gavino will kill him, Wally. 1107 01:14:48,625 --> 01:14:49,542 - Go below. 1108 01:15:07,667 --> 01:15:08,500 Laura! 1109 01:15:08,500 --> 01:15:09,375 Come back here! 1110 01:15:09,375 --> 01:15:11,417 I'm warnig you! 1111 01:15:11,458 --> 01:15:12,708 Come back! 1112 01:15:12,708 --> 01:15:13,542 You... 1113 01:15:14,667 --> 01:15:16,167 Aw you can rot here! 1114 01:15:16,167 --> 01:15:17,417 Both of you! 1115 01:15:17,417 --> 01:15:18,833 He's as good as dead already! 1116 01:15:32,833 --> 01:15:34,458 - I wish he'd phone first. 1117 01:15:39,792 --> 01:15:41,167 Did you forget your gloves? 1118 01:15:47,875 --> 01:15:48,875 - I took your gun. 1119 01:15:50,750 --> 01:15:51,833 You're drunk. 1120 01:15:51,833 --> 01:15:52,917 - Wait, wait! 1121 01:15:53,792 --> 01:15:55,208 I'm your friend, amico! 1122 01:15:57,125 --> 01:15:58,292 Moore's gun, see? 1123 01:15:58,292 --> 01:15:59,125 For you! 1124 01:16:02,292 --> 01:16:04,208 - I thought you'd tried to stop us. 1125 01:16:04,250 --> 01:16:06,292 - How am I gonna miss him without my gun? 1126 01:16:09,625 --> 01:16:11,917 - You're not gonna fight bullets with that. 1127 01:16:11,917 --> 01:16:14,042 - Betrayer of Moore. 1128 01:16:14,042 --> 01:16:15,167 Thief of his gun. 1129 01:16:16,125 --> 01:16:17,000 You are nothing. 1130 01:16:17,000 --> 01:16:19,125 - All right, I'm nothing. 1131 01:16:19,125 --> 01:16:20,250 But he's something. 1132 01:16:21,167 --> 01:16:22,792 Do you know that he's a doctor? 1133 01:16:24,833 --> 01:16:26,500 Urbano please. 1134 01:16:28,417 --> 01:16:30,333 Costanza this doesn't have to happen. 1135 01:16:30,333 --> 01:16:31,167 You could... 1136 01:16:32,667 --> 01:16:34,750 - Room and board for Mr. Wallace Drucker 1137 01:16:34,750 --> 01:16:38,125 and his house guest. 1138 01:16:38,125 --> 01:16:38,958 - On the house. 1139 01:16:38,958 --> 01:16:40,167 - Oh no. 1140 01:16:40,167 --> 01:16:41,917 Your signature under mine. 1141 01:16:43,417 --> 01:16:44,250 - Sure. 1142 01:16:44,250 --> 01:16:46,875 Settle up for cash and go get yourself killed. 1143 01:16:46,875 --> 01:16:49,000 That'll solve all your problems. 1144 01:16:49,000 --> 01:16:50,500 - Aw shut up. 1145 01:16:50,500 --> 01:16:51,708 Don't talk, fight! 1146 01:17:09,708 --> 01:17:10,708 - Here. 1147 01:17:10,708 --> 01:17:11,625 Take it. 1148 01:17:11,625 --> 01:17:12,458 Take it! 1149 01:17:24,292 --> 01:17:25,250 Look. 1150 01:17:25,250 --> 01:17:26,333 The rock beach. 1151 01:17:27,792 --> 01:17:29,083 You leave the boat. 1152 01:17:30,125 --> 01:17:31,958 You leave it there, huh? 1153 01:17:33,375 --> 01:17:34,750 I look for Moore. 1154 01:17:35,625 --> 01:17:38,125 If I see Moore, I signal. 1155 01:17:43,292 --> 01:17:44,125 Comprende? 1156 01:17:46,500 --> 01:17:47,500 - Comprendo. 1157 01:18:07,417 --> 01:18:09,292 - As far as you go. 1158 01:18:09,292 --> 01:18:12,583 - Are you afraid to die? 1159 01:18:12,583 --> 01:18:13,417 - No. 1160 01:18:14,917 --> 01:18:17,958 - If I let it to happen that Gavino kidnaps me. 1161 01:18:19,125 --> 01:18:20,250 You will be saved. 1162 01:18:21,250 --> 01:18:22,750 - I wish it were that simple. 1163 01:18:22,750 --> 01:18:26,625 - But you never truly mean to kill Gavino any time, no? 1164 01:18:26,625 --> 01:18:27,458 - Never had to. 1165 01:18:27,458 --> 01:18:30,125 - But you never try the way he try to kill you. 1166 01:18:31,292 --> 01:18:32,583 - Costanza, you ask... 1167 01:18:33,625 --> 01:18:36,250 You seriously want me to kill Gavino? 1168 01:18:36,250 --> 01:18:38,500 - I only tell you, Morino. 1169 01:18:38,500 --> 01:18:42,250 From out his love for me he tried to kill you. 1170 01:18:42,250 --> 01:18:45,958 If new you played war and love, you will die. 1171 01:18:47,500 --> 01:18:48,333 - I know. 1172 01:18:59,292 --> 01:19:01,375 Go now, puchina. 1173 01:19:01,375 --> 01:19:02,542 - I go, amore. 1174 01:19:44,500 --> 01:19:47,583 - Urbano, if it's really a matter of life and death 1175 01:19:47,583 --> 01:19:49,125 then why shouldn't he escape? 1176 01:19:51,417 --> 01:19:53,333 None of this is for real! 1177 01:19:53,333 --> 01:19:54,167 - It's real. 1178 01:19:55,417 --> 01:19:57,833 He stays to defend his honors. 1179 01:19:57,833 --> 01:19:58,875 - Honors? 1180 01:19:58,875 --> 01:20:00,667 What honors? 1181 01:20:00,667 --> 01:20:03,167 - What Gavino wants he fight for. 1182 01:20:03,167 --> 01:20:05,958 And Moore, after placing value 1183 01:20:05,958 --> 01:20:10,458 on what he's found here, won't run. 1184 01:20:10,458 --> 01:20:13,083 Each man defends his honors. 1185 01:20:13,083 --> 01:20:15,958 - But what good is it if he dies defending it? 1186 01:20:15,958 --> 01:20:18,333 - What good to live without it? 1187 01:20:28,083 --> 01:20:29,792 He won't hurt you. 1188 01:20:29,792 --> 01:20:31,208 He's looking for bullets. 1189 01:21:06,167 --> 01:21:07,542 - Urbano. 1190 01:21:07,542 --> 01:21:10,792 Ask him where he comes from, 1191 01:21:10,792 --> 01:21:13,333 is it called sport to shoot at sitting ducks? 1192 01:21:40,542 --> 01:21:42,250 - I knew you'd come crawling back. 1193 01:21:43,667 --> 01:21:45,083 - Thank you for waiting. 1194 01:21:45,083 --> 01:21:46,208 - Think nothing of it. 1195 01:21:47,583 --> 01:21:50,042 Think I'd missed the finish of the show? 1196 01:21:50,042 --> 01:21:51,750 After what you two put me through? 1197 01:21:53,292 --> 01:21:55,667 - May I come aboard now please, Captain Bligh? 1198 01:24:22,667 --> 01:24:23,500 Wally. 1199 01:24:24,833 --> 01:24:28,250 You don't really intend using that gun do you? 1200 01:24:28,250 --> 01:24:29,708 Please put it down and let's talk 1201 01:24:29,750 --> 01:24:31,333 like reasonable human beings. 1202 01:24:34,542 --> 01:24:35,792 About us if you want to. 1203 01:24:37,833 --> 01:24:40,750 - Laura, stop wasting your breath will you? 1204 01:24:40,750 --> 01:24:42,583 - Wally this is so insane. 1205 01:24:42,583 --> 01:24:44,458 I can't really believe it's happening. 1206 01:24:45,667 --> 01:24:48,583 If you did kill him there would be a trial and you know- 1207 01:24:48,583 --> 01:24:50,208 - I know there isn't a jury on Earth 1208 01:24:50,208 --> 01:24:51,875 that wouldn't acquit me. 1209 01:24:51,875 --> 01:24:54,833 Don't forget, Moorehouse is suspected of killing his wife. 1210 01:25:52,875 --> 01:25:55,125 - He's going for the fishing ledge, a trap! 1211 01:25:55,125 --> 01:25:57,083 Gavino's trapped him! 1212 01:28:17,208 --> 01:28:18,875 Gavino! 1213 01:28:25,625 --> 01:28:27,917 - Be sure you kill the right man! 1214 01:28:27,917 --> 01:28:29,167 For the right woman! 1215 01:28:57,083 --> 01:28:57,917 - Grazie. 1216 01:29:15,333 --> 01:29:17,958 Well I see you returned Moore's gun. 1217 01:29:17,958 --> 01:29:19,500 - Yeah, and I never bucked the odds. 1218 01:29:19,500 --> 01:29:20,583 Let's get out of here. 1219 01:29:21,500 --> 01:29:22,333 - Why not. 1220 01:29:25,125 --> 01:29:26,208 - Go to her. 1221 01:29:26,208 --> 01:29:27,917 Gavino will lend you his boat. 1222 01:29:30,042 --> 01:29:31,792 - This time you can't stop her huh? 1223 01:29:33,208 --> 01:29:36,042 How you didn't break your neck taking down signals. 1224 01:29:36,042 --> 01:29:37,333 - Signals? 1225 01:29:37,333 --> 01:29:38,458 The nightgowns. 1226 01:29:38,458 --> 01:29:39,875 - The nightgowns. 1227 01:29:39,875 --> 01:29:41,083 Water in the cylinders. 1228 01:29:41,083 --> 01:29:43,000 Stolen wire, cut wire. 1229 01:29:43,000 --> 01:29:45,167 - Amico, you needed time. 1230 01:29:46,458 --> 01:29:49,000 Now you know what you are. 1231 01:29:49,000 --> 01:29:51,250 You are free to go or stay. 1232 01:29:51,250 --> 01:29:55,125 Even to drink a little pinch bottle when the sun sets. 1233 01:30:06,542 --> 01:30:07,708 Vaya con dios. 1234 01:30:33,000 --> 01:30:33,833 - Grazie. 1235 01:30:35,917 --> 01:30:37,250 - Adieu, Morino. 1236 01:31:02,917 --> 01:31:05,583 - He's not getting on this boat! 1237 01:31:25,292 --> 01:31:26,542 You asked for it. 1238 01:31:26,542 --> 01:31:27,583 I'm fighting for my life. 1239 01:31:27,583 --> 01:31:28,750 That madman hates me. 1240 01:31:40,500 --> 01:31:41,333 Keep off! 1241 01:31:55,417 --> 01:31:57,417 I can't load this thing! 1242 01:32:32,667 --> 01:32:33,750 - Here we go. 1243 01:32:35,167 --> 01:32:36,583 - Where doctor? 1244 01:32:36,583 --> 01:32:39,792 - Well it's a long way, but why don't we 1245 01:32:39,792 --> 01:32:42,375 chart a course for North Carolina. 1246 01:32:46,542 --> 01:32:47,625 Take hold and steer. 1247 01:32:49,708 --> 01:32:51,042 - North Carolina ahoy. 1248 01:32:59,042 --> 01:33:02,000 Fighting for our honors every inch of the way. 83959

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