(dramatic music) Presented by Kino Domain (upbeat jazz music) - Here’s Singapore, in the south of Malaya.
02:36 - Population approximately 550,000. University, ship building, important seaport.
02:43 - - Doesn’t it say anything about the 32 nightclubs there? - Have you already worked down in Singapore? (upbeat music) - Not to work.
02:51 - However, I once had a friend, an oil sheik.
02:53 - He took me with him down there. He was quite a guy.
02:57 - - Those are the guys that run around in turbans, aren’t they? - Listen, honey, when they take those turbans off they’re just like any other man.
03:05 - - Got a light? Oh. - Looking forward to going to Singapore? - Mm, I don’t really care when I dance, as long as the pay’s good.
03:18 - (door buzzing) - [Woman] That’s him now.
03:29 - - Hm. Hi. - Hi. - I’ve already been to Singapore.
03:43 - - And you look like it. - Oh, Gary.
03:46 - (Gary laughing) -Ah, hello, Gary. Hi, Georgia.
03:55 - You’re looking prettier every day. How in the world do you do it? - Mike. - Yeah? - Have you told the girls what this is all about? - Sure, Gary, a tour for a dancing troop.
04:04 - First engagement, Singapore. I have 12 of them here to pick from.
04:09 - - Okay, Georgia, let the girls in. We don’t have much time.
04:12 - -All right if we start now, Mr. Blackwood? - Of course.
04:16 - - Oh, but one at a time, please. - Okay, May? Smile, will you? - How do you do? - That’s Mr. Webster, the manager.
04:27 - And this is May. She’s the finest dancer in town.
04:32 - - What was your last engagement? - With the Corkettes, one year.
04:35 - - One of the finest. - Mm, legs? - Pardon me? - Mr. Webster would like to look at your legs.
04:41 - - Oh, sure. - Thank you, you’re hired.
04:46 - Please wait outside. - Oh, thank you.
04:50 - - Hm, May, Corkettes. -And this is Rhonda Hunter.
04:55 - - Dancer? - Not really. But I pick things up real fast.
05:00 - - Hm. - Thank you, we’re looking for dancers.
05:06 - - But what’s that got to do with Singapore? - Come on, honey.
05:08 - Don’t hold us up. Babs? This is Babs.
05:17 - Her legs are worth their weight in gold. - Can those golden legs also dance? - I was solo dancer in the Apollo Varieties.
05:24 - - And why did you leave there? - Well, the boss really went for her.
05:28 - But his wife thought otherwise. - All right, you can work with us, as long as you don’t have any affairs.
05:37 - Mr. Webster doesn’t tolerate any fooling around.
05:41 - - I had all the boys I can take. - Come on.
05:45 - Carolyn. This little one’s from the national ballet.
05:50 - - Could you dance a little bit for us? - Glad to.
05:53 - Would you put this one on for me? - Sure, let’s have a look.
06:01 - (gentle upbeat music) - Thank you, Carolyn.
07:33 - You dance wonderfully. But I’m afraid ballet is not What we’re looking for.
07:38 - - Oh. - Don’t be sad, honey. I tell you what, come in again tomorrow.
07:45 - - Yeah? - Yeah, I’ve got something else for you.
07:47 - - Oh, thanks. Hello, Cat! Come in. Hello, Gary! Hi, Georgia! - Well, Cat? Lost some weight? - I hardly eat anything anymore.
07:56 - Well done, Cat. Just don’t put on any weight again. Please wait outside.
08:00 - I’m looking forward to working with both of you again! - All right.
08:10 - Here are Gladys and Doreen. - I told you to let them in separately.
08:15 - - These babes have been working from the start as a duo number.
08:17 - - And we would very much like to stay together, if possible.
08:20 - - On this tour you’ll be dancing with other girls.
08:22 - - That doesn’t matter. As long as we get to go overseas.
08:26 - - All right, you can both work with us. - Please send the next one in.
08:29 - - Yeah. - Thank you. - See you. - [Mike] Linda.
08:37 - - Hello there. - Mm, you’re a stripper? - At times.
08:48 - - [Gary] Didn’t I see you work the Sapphire Club last month? - How observant of you.
08:52 - - [Gary] How come you quit that place? - The boss wanted to.
08:57 - I didn’t. - Oh, are you always so pickiunish? - That depends on the boss, boss.
09:07 - Shall I dance for you? - It’s not necessary.
09:12 - You’re hired. Wait outside. - Okay.
09:20 - Next girl please. - My name is Nelly Hastings.
09:25 - - A new one, I haven’t seen her work yet, but she’s always been with good troops.
09:29 - Let’s see her dance. (upbeat music) - Thank you, you’re hired.
10:16 - Please wait outside. So Mr. Blackwood has supplied all the girls we need.
10:22 - - Fine, Georgia. Go and tell the girls when customer dance rehearsals will start, will you please? Okay - All right.
10:30 - - Listen, Gary, I thought you were the boss.
10:32 - But you let Georgia select all the girls. - I select all the girls.
10:36 - - You? But you didn’t say a word. - Why should I? I have a little trick.
10:41 - When I keep my legs apart like so, it means I’m not interested.
10:45 - When I cross them like this, ah, then it’s okay.
10:49 - (men laughing) - You always were a crazy guy.
10:52 - When do things get underway? - Oh, 10 days.
10:57 - - 10 days? Well then, have a good trip.
11:00 - - Thank you. (plane engines roaring) - [Pilot] We’re now flying over the Pacific Ocean near Honolulu.
11:59 - Altitude is 15,000 feet. (dramatic music) Mayday, mayday, mayday, Clipper 247, Clipper 247.
12:10 - We are 9,000 feet and losing altitude. Number two engine burning.
12:13 - Drop further to effect the emergency landing.
12:16 - Present position is… (plane engines roaring) - Repeat your position.
12:21 - Repeat your position. Damn, I can’t pick him up anymore.
12:26 - Clipper 247. (plane engines roaring) (woman screaming) (women screaming) - No, Mr. Hastings, I can only repeat there’s absolutely no reason yet to fear the worst.
12:52 - Until now we only know that the plane caught fire and that we’ve lost radio contact.
13:00 - Yeah, I’ll let you know immediately, soon as I hear something new.
13:17 - (phone ringing) Blackwood Agency. No, Mr. Alberts, I don’t have any further information.
13:26 - But of course there’s a search party out there.
13:28 - I tell you, rescuers are looking all over for them.
13:32 - There’s still hope, even after four days. Yes, I’ll call you as soon as I hear something new.
13:49 - (waves lapping) (woman sobbing) - Stop that bawling, you’re driving us all nuts.
14:33 - (woman sobbing) - Water, just one swallow.
14:42 - - No more today. Tomorrow you’ll get another ration.
14:49 - - Gary, give me some water. - Who do you think you are? - The fifth night.
15:03 - We can’t hold out much longer. - You’re starting that too, Georgia? A ship has to go by here sometime.
15:11 - Or we’ve got to at least see some land. - Water, please give me water.
15:28 - - Look, a bird! (women exclaiming) - Where there are birds there must be land.
15:36 - Are you crazy? Give that to me. (Babs gasping) - Look at that, Gary, over there.
15:53 - - Land, there’s land. Help me paddle.
15:55 - We’ve got to make it. Paddle with your hands.
15:58 - - Come on, come on. - Don’t stop now, we’ll make it.
16:12 - It’s not far now, then we’ll be safe. (women groaning) - Oh, I can’t go on anymore.
16:51 - - Come, I’ll help you. (women groaning) - There you are, Georgia.
17:16 - Lie down. - I can’t go anymore. - Here.
17:49 - - Babs. Kate. Georgia, darling.
19:11 - - Oh, Gary. (sobs) Gary, Gary. (slow music) - Water.
20:02 - Ah. Water, water. Water, water.
20:07 - - What, Gary? - Come on. Come on, come on.
20:11 - - Oh. - Water? - Where is it? - That’s wonderful.
20:14 - - Let’s go. - Come on, girl. - Oh, water. - Oh.
20:19 - - Oh, how wonderful. Come here! - Look, fresh drinking water.
20:43 - - There it is, there it is. - Oh, way over there.
20:47 - (women groaning) - Watch out. - Oh, let me in.
20:54 - - Wonderful. - Cold. - [Woman] Oh, feel it.
20:59 - - [Woman] Oh, is anything more wonderful than water? - [Woman] Mm, wonderful.
21:05 - - Okay, girls, that’s enough. Let’s go and have a look around.
21:08 - Come on, come on, come on. Come on, Georgia.
21:11 - Ready? Let’s go. - That was good. - Feeling better now? - Stupid shoe. - Don’t lag behind.
21:21 - - Oh, I’ll help you. - Thanks. - Yours are too high for here.
21:27 - - Kate, your scarf. - Oh, keep it. Coming? - Oh, this is like paradise. - Yeah! In any case, we’re safe here.
21:55 - (slow eerie music) Wait a minute! Did you hear that? No.
22:02 - Well, let’s move on. I didn’t hear anything either.
22:08 - I like it here. Who would have thought of this yesterday? - Ouch! That stings. - Help! - Hold on! - (Girls murmur) (birds chirping) Thanks.
22:41 - Come. Let’s get over there. - OW, ouch.
23:13 - Careful, girls. - Listen, what a strange silence.
23:28 - - Well, let’s keep going. - [Woman] I wonder where it leads.
23:31 - - [Woman] I wonder how much further we’re going to have to go.
23:35 - (women talking) - Ouch, my shoe. - This way.
23:45 - - [Woman] It’s not very good for shoes. - [Woman] No, it sure isn’t.
23:49 - - Gary, look what I just found. - What? - A hammer.
23:54 - There must be someone on this island. - Really? -A hammer with a long handle.
24:00 - It must be for the purpose of excavating some sort of metal, most probably uranium.
24:06 - - Can you eat that? - Yeah, you could try it.
24:10 - Come on, let’s go and find out. (women laughing) (women talking) (women talking) - [Woman] Need long boots for this walk.
24:31 - - Come on, hurry up, look. Come here.
24:35 - Look, a cabin. - Oh. (upbeat music) (women talking) (women screaming) (women groaning) - [Woman] Let’s get out of here.
24:56 - (slow dramatic music) (Gary gasping) (dramatic music) -A dead man in a huge web.
25:10 - Oh, Gary. (slow dramatic music) - I have to get him down. - Gary! It’s not working! I need something.
25:49 - Gary, there! - My Bag! I have to get it. - Are you crazy? I wouldn’t be seen dead in a place like that.
25:58 - Maybe we’re safer in the cabin. I’m so scared! - Hey there.
26:21 - - Do you think we should? - I don’t know.
26:23 - - Come on. (phone ringing) (Mike groaning) Blackwood Agency. Yes, that’s me.
26:48 - What? Did you find them? No trace of them? So they could still be alive? What? The search is canceled? You can’t just give up if you haven’t found them yet! After all, nine lives are at stake.
27:10 - I’ll take every step to force you to continue the search! - The poor professor.
27:26 - When he made the last entry in the diary he didn’t know how horribly he would die.
27:32 - - Well, his discovery of the uranium deposits didn’t help him any, even if it does represent a tremendous fortune.
27:41 - - We must keep it from the girls that Professor Green had a premonition of his fate.
27:45 - - You see here in the last paragraph? He says he thought something terrible was going to happen.
27:52 - He just felt the danger. - I wonder where that peculiar hissing came from that he always heard.
27:59 - Oh, Gary, I’m terribly scared. I’m so afraid.
28:03 - - Don’t worry, Georgia. As long as I’m around, nothing will happen to you.
28:09 - I promise. (door clicking) - Hi, Georgia. - I’m hungry.
28:15 - - I’ve made something for you to eat. Lucky there were some canned goods here.
28:18 - (mid-tempo music) - Mm, food. - It must have been a really gigantic spider to be able to spin such a huge web.
28:27 - - Maybe there are more of them. - But a bite like that couldn’t have come from a spider.
28:32 - - Stop it, you’re all ruining my appetite. - Aren’t you at all afraid? - Afraid? I can’t change anything.
28:40 - - I’m terribly afraid something awful is going to happen.
28:43 - (dramatic music) - (gasps) Look. (women gasping) (door handle squeaking) - We found the professor’s trunk full of stuff.
28:51 - They’ll certainly be useful. - One, four, five, six, seven, eight, okay.
29:01 - - If we divide the provisions up carefully they should last for a month.
29:06 - - What did you say, Georgia, a month? Do you really think we’ll be here a whole month? - I don’t know.
29:13 - - We have to go tomorrow to the highest cliff and light a smoke signal to try and attract a ship.
29:19 - 10, 11, 12. - Give me that shirt. - No, it belongs to me.
29:26 - After all, I found it. - But my dress is in worse shape than yours.
29:29 - - No, I want to have it. Give it to me.
29:31 - - Give it to me. - Hey, stop that fighting.
29:34 - Give me that shirt. Georgia. - Thanks, Gary.
29:41 - - I suppose we could have guessed that Georgia would be getting it.
29:46 - - Haven’t you ever noticed that Gary pampers her? - What’s this? Where did you get the pullover? - I found it here, if you don’t have anything against it.
29:53 - - Ha. - Now stop it or I’ll take care of both of you.
29:58 - Give me something to drink, Gladys. - Mm.
30:01 - - Take it easy, Gary. We’re all a little nervous.
30:05 - It’s really no wonder. - Don’t you think I’d rather be in a bar in Singapore with a nice cold drink than to be on this godforsaken place, drinking this horrible stuff? Bah. (Georgia laughs) - Darned heat.
30:28 - Look out, will ya? And stop making so much noise.
30:31 - - If you don’t like it, you can do the dishes.
30:33 - Or do you think I’m doing this for my own pleasure? - Stop blowing your top and off, will you? - (sighs) I simply can’t stand this frightful heat any longer.
30:54 - - How about throwing your dirty blouse some place else? I want to sleep.
31:09 - I sure hope you don’t lose your lipstick. You’d hardly be able to get along on this island Without it? - [Woman] I’m through.
31:23 - - It’s about time. Now I’ll shower.
31:26 - Give it here. - Come on, come on, girls.
31:30 - Let’s go to sleep. - I’m going to sleep outside.
31:32 - - Goodnight. - Me too. - Goodnight.
31:36 - Here. - Goodnight. - Goodnight, Kate.
31:43 - (slow jazz music) - Good, I found the professor’s revolver.
32:25 - - Get some sleep, Gary. - I can’t. I think I’ll go out for a little walk.
32:30 - But don’t worry, I’ll be back very shortly.
33:26 - - Gary. Oh, Gary. - Gary! - This damned heat.
34:01 - I don’t know what I’m doing anymore. (wind howling) (thunder rumbling) (slow suspenseful music) (slow suspenseful music) (slow suspenseful music) (slow suspenseful music) (slow suspenseful music) (dramatic music) (Gary grunting) (gun firing) - [Woman] Those were shots, I heard them clearly.
35:53 - - Oh, I hope nothing’s happened to Gary. (Gary grunting) (dramatic music) (Gary yelling) I’m going.
36:18 - If you’re not coming with me, I’m going alone.
36:19 - - Stay here, don’t leave us alone. - You won’t find Gary.
36:22 - (woman screaming) - Oh, just leave everything as it is.
36:30 - We must find Gary. Babs and Ann, you go in that direction.
36:34 - Where in the world is Kate? - [Kate] Here, Georgia.
36:36 - - You two go in that direction. Kate and May will go along with me.
36:42 - (women talking) Hurry up. - What about me? - You? You remain here and put things in order while we’re gone.
36:53 - (Linda scoffs) (Ann whistling) - Hey, Gary.
37:06 - Would you quit that whistling? You’re making me nervous.
37:08 - - I’m not afraid when I whistle. (dramatic music) - [AM] Gary! - Gary.
37:23 - - Gary. - Gary. - Gary. - Gary.
37:30 - Come on, we gotta keep looking. - Without me, I’m staying right here.
37:37 - - Did you hear anything? - No. - But there’s something moving there.
37:41 - - I don’t hear anything. - Gary. - Hey, Gladys, don’t leave me alone.
37:49 - - Then hurry up. Gary. - Gary. (slow suspenseful music) - Gary. - Gary.
38:02 - - Gary. - Gary. - Gary. Gary.
38:17 - (slow music) (dramatic music) (Linda screaming) - I heard a scream.
39:26 - I heard it plainly. - The scream came from there.
39:36 - (dramatic music) - Linda. Come on, girls, help me.
40:03 - How awful. She’s been strangled. - The spider.
40:16 - (Ann sobbing) - [Georgia] Ann, Ann.
40:19 - - Oh, it’s horrible. Oh, Georgia, the professor’s been killed, Gary’s disappeared, and now we’ve just buried Linda.
40:26 - Which one of us is going to be next? I don’t want to die, I don’t want to die, I don’t want to die.
40:31 - -Ann, Ann. Now stop it, will you? Stop it, before you drive us all crazy.
40:36 - Stop it. - Not me, not me. -And I tell you, they’ll never find us, never.
40:40 - - But I’m sure the police are moving heaven and hell to find us, honey? - The police? The cops I know, if they catch you speeding a little bit or find you drunk they send you right off to the cooler.
40:52 - But you just let somebody get lost and they won’t lift a finger.
40:56 - Do you believe that they’ll go running around for a few broads who are lost? - [Gladys] But how are they to know that we’ve been rescued and on this little island? - Rescued? Who’s been rescued? We perhaps? Show me the island.
41:07 - Show me where does it lie in the ocean. Show it to me.
41:09 - - By the time they find us we’ll all be dead.
41:12 - You, you, and you, one after the other. - Babs! Get a hold of yourself.
41:17 - You’re only getting all the girls worked up.
41:20 - - Well, if it isn’t Miss Georgia. Of all people it has to be you.
41:24 - Who has Gary and Linda on her conscience, who? - Babs, do you know what you’re saying? - Exactly, through your jealousy.
41:34 - You should never have left Linda alone in the cabin.
41:35 - - Shut up, will you? What can Georgia do about Linda’s death? - Take your hands off me or I’ll break your arm.
41:41 - - Just you try that baby, take that. - Oh! (women groaning) Oh you.
41:52 - (Babs screaming) - Nelly, leave her alone.
41:57 - (women groaning) - Stop it! Babs, Nelly, stop it! - [Babs] I got you.
42:05 - - [Nelly] Get off! (woman groaning) - Babs! - Stay here, let her fight.
42:21 - (women groaning) - Oh no, no. - So help me.
42:32 - (women groaning) Come here. - No! (women groaning) - Leave me alone.
42:57 - (Babs gasping) (Georgia screaming) - [May] Come, come.
43:22 - - [Ann] Is the ship getting any closer? - [May] I don’t know.
43:24 - Come on, throw it on. - [Ann] Should I get some more? - [May] No, no, that’s enough.
43:29 - That’s giving enough smoke. - They must see us.
43:34 - They can’t just leave us here. Hello, hello.
43:39 - - Stop all that screaming, Ann. You’re driving me crazy.
43:41 - - Let me go. Hello, take us with you.
43:46 - Hello, we’re over here. Please don’t forget us.
43:52 - Yell with me. They must hear us. Hello, hello there.
43:58 - Take us with you. May, it sailed right by.
44:04 - It sailed by. (slow music) We’ll never get home now, never again.
44:15 - - 28 days, 28 long days and nights.
44:22 - And nobody even knows we’re here. And today a ship sails right by us, our rescue so close.
44:31 - - [Georgia] Ann, May. - Oh, Georgia, a ship.
44:35 - There, a ship. - Oh, it’s gone. How terrible.
44:39 - And we only have enough food left for three days.
44:45 - Ann, Ann. Come on back. Come on.
45:09 - - [Man] Here, you go ahead and start unloading.
45:13 - I’ll take the oars up. - [Man] Okay, Bob.
45:20 - What are you carrying the oars so far away for? Think the mermaids will steal our boat? - [Bob] Oh, don’t talk to me about women on this godforsaken island.
45:30 - - You should have taken one along as part of your rations.
45:33 - - I wanted to, but it wasn’t approved. - Hey, come on over here and give me a hand, will ya? - Okay, I’m coming.
45:45 - - Take it easy. Easy now, easy does it.
45:50 - - Boy, that junk is heavy. - Bob, you know, I’m sort of glad the professor picked us out to help him with his work, even though it’s lonely over here.
46:01 - - Give me some whiskey. If there aren’t any chicks, then at least some whiskey.
46:08 - - You only think about whiskey and women. You better change or you’ll never get anyplace.
46:15 - - Get off my back. I’m sick of your preaching.
46:18 - - Take the professor, for example. - Ah, that guy’s always been lucky.
46:24 - While we explore all sorts of islands for six months, he comes with us once and finds this stuff, and of all places, on this miserable island.
46:32 - - Oh, careful now. Stop grumbling, will ya? - Oh, go on.
46:39 - - I’ll go and look for the professor now. - Okay, get on out of here, will ya? In the meantime, I’ll unload.
46:46 - - [Man] And have fun. - Yeah, sure.
47:06 - (women laughing) (upbeat music) (Gladys screaming) - Gladys, Gladys.
48:38 - - Quick, girls, we’re in danger. Make for the beach.
48:41 - - We can’t leave her here. - So that all of us will be killed? Let’s go, come on.
49:00 - - Look over there. (women gasping) (slow dramatic music) - How terrible, the web in the cabin.
49:28 - The gun. Gary took it with him that night.
49:43 - - And this is his bracelet. - But where is Gary? - Please, Georgia, let’s go.
49:55 - I’m so afraid. - Perhaps there are more spiders around.
49:59 - (suspenseful music) (slow music) - [Bob] Come and sit with me.
50:08 - - [Gladys] What do you want from me? - [Bob] Well, give you three guesses.
50:15 - I was going to ask ya for the time. - Georgia.
50:33 - - Georgia. - Georgia. - Georgia. - Here we are.
50:36 - - [Nelly] Gladys is gone down by the lagoon.
50:38 - - We were swimming when suddenly she was pulled into the reeds.
50:40 - - And she screamed terribly. - Who was it? Didn’t you see anyone? - No, it all happened so quickly.
50:44 - - A scream… - And she’d already disappeared.
50:45 - - Maybe the spider killed the professor and Linda.
50:48 - - We found a gigantic spider, dead. - It was shot with the professor’s own revolver.
50:54 - - And Gary’s bracelet was laying there beside it.
50:55 - - Ssh, what’s that noise? - That’s him, get back, quiet.
51:06 - Hands up! — Hm? - Stop or I’ll shoot.
51:12 - - Hey, hello, baby. - Hands up! - Anything you wish.
51:18 - - Get going into the cabin. - What a coincidence.
51:21 - That’s where I wanted to go. - I said get going.
51:24 - - All righty. - I think he’s handsome.
51:30 - - He doesn’t look so terrible. - They’re the really dangerous ones.
51:34 - - Too bad. - Okay, turn around. - Mm.
51:45 - - Where’s Gladys? What did you do with her? - Let me speak to him.
51:50 - Where is Gladys? - Gladys? No idea.
51:55 - I don’t know the young lady unfortunately. We just got here down on the lagoon.
51:59 - - You see, Georgia? - Where we were swimming.
52:01 - - And that’s where Gladys disappeared. - On the lagoon? Ah.
52:08 - (slow music) (man laughing) - Don’t laugh.
52:16 - You’ll be sorry about that. - Oh, I don’t know.
52:20 - Just look at what’s coming down the path. (Georgia gasping) - Gladys. - Oh, Gladys.
52:33 - - Where have you been? (women talking) - Who’s that? - My friend, Bob.
52:40 - We work together for Professor Green. - Why, he’s a big uranium research man.
52:44 - I met him before in the reeds. - A researching researcher.
52:49 - - Then you had better luck than I. I was nearly shot. - Hi there.
52:54 - - That is, if the revolver had been loaded.
52:56 - (men laughing) - And you? You here on a summer vacation? - Hm, fine summer vacation.
53:02 - If we hadn’t found this island we wouldn’t be here to tell the story.
53:05 - We crashed on our way to Singapore. - Ah, then you’re the American dance troop that got lost? - Yes.
53:12 - - Well how do you know that? - Oh, all the newspapers in the world have carried your story.
53:15 - - What? - I bet Professor Green was surprised when all these girls showed up. (laughs) - Professor Green is dead.
53:22 - - What with the professor, dead? - What? - He was hanging in a huge spider web.
53:27 - That’s how we found him. Linda is dead, and Gary, our manager, has also disappeared.
53:32 - - Spider web? Do you really believe that? - By the way, our ship is coming back in two days.
53:38 - - We must radio information right away so that they can sent an agent to clear the matter up.
53:42 - - You mean it, a ship’s coming by. - Our expedition ship.
53:45 - - And will take us with it? - Yeah, of course.
53:47 - - We’re rescued. - Yeah. (women talking) - Look, isn’t this pretty? - The boys will be surprised when they see how we’ve dressed ourselves up in our island costumes.
54:05 - (women laughing) - And they promised us real whiskey, kids.
54:09 - I can hardly wait. - Hold this. Shall I put this in my hair? - You look great, just like a real islander.
54:16 - - Well I am. Haven’t I been here for four weeks? - I can’t believe that we’ll be back in New York in a couple of days.
54:21 - - When we tell them at home what has happened to us, nobody’s going to believe us.
54:25 - - [Woman] Where are Georgia and Ann? - Outside on the veranda.
54:28 - - They’re out there with Joe trying to make radio contact with the expedition ship.
54:32 - - I wonder if a lot of reporters will be on board when we get there.
54:35 - - Hope so. - Uh-huh. - What’s important for me is that Jimmy’s there.
54:40 - - Who is Jimmy? - My friend. We’re going to be married.
54:44 - - What if he’s got eyes for another? - You don’t believe that yourself.
54:47 - I’d scratch his eyes out, and he knows it. - Kids, we made radio contact with the ship and we’ll be picked up tomorrow.
54:54 - - And tonight we’ll dance and really raise the roof.
54:57 - (upbeat music) - Tell me, what kind of a girl is Ann? - Usually quiet and one of the nicest.
55:53 - She’s away from home for the first time. Her folks live in Minnesota.
56:02 - I’ve never seen her so relaxed. - I’d like to dance with her.
56:08 - - Mm-hm. - Come on, Bobby, I want to be all alone with you.
57:03 - - How about the house? - Not in the house.
57:05 - Some place where we’ll be all alone. - You know what? We’ll meet at the lagoon.
57:09 - - Okay. But so that no one will notice.
57:12 - - Good. We’ll meet in 15 minutes on the trail down to the water.
57:15 - All set? - Of course. - Oh, but be on time.
57:20 - I hate waiting. - Thanks. (slow music) (Bob whistling) - Having a good time with the chicks? - Shut your mouth.
57:46 - - Fallen for her? (Joe scoffs) - Thank you.
58:14 - Tell me, are you always so quiet? - You know, when you’ve lived on islands for a long time you forget how to say nice things to girls.
58:24 - - Well, try it once. - Well, I’m really glad that your airplane crashed.
58:31 - - Well, that’s a nice thing to say. - I mean, otherwise I wouldn’t have gotten to know you.
58:39 - And I’m glad about that. - Oh, you say that to everybody.
58:42 - - No, I don’t know any girls. When I think of the ones I do, I’d rather work.
58:48 - - Well, I must say, you certainly are a master at paying compliments.
58:52 - - Perhaps you’re right. I should pay more attention to young women.
58:59 - Sometimes I envy Bob. He’s so uninhibited and carefree.
59:04 - - Bobby. Any girl is good enough for him.
59:10 - A real man is interested in only one girl. - Then I’m a real man.
59:17 - - How? - Because I’m really interested only in one girl.
59:24 - - Who’s that? What does she look like? Cute, elegant? - Elegant, mm, on the contrary.
59:31 - A little bit disheveled and neglected, but very pretty.
59:37 - (Ann giggling) Her name’s Ann. - Oh, Joe, that’s one of the nicest things that’s ever been said to me.
59:46 - - Well I meant it. I’m really fond of you.
59:53 - You know, when you leave for New York, here, so you won’t forget me too quickly.
60:02 - - But, Joe, please don’t let me wait too long.
60:09 - - Come on, I got 12 minutes left. - What’s in 12 minutes? - My next rendezvous.
60:14 - - Oh. (both groaning) (jazz music) - [Nelly] Hello, big boy.
60:26 - - Well, I’ll be darned. That’s not bad either.
60:38 - Hey, all right, you really don’t know where to start here.
61:33 - (upbeat music) (slow sensual music) - Gladys.
65:17 - - Oh, you’re here. - What’s on your mind, huh? - Nothing.
65:22 - -In love? - Mm-hm. - And you really think that Bobby’s the right man for you? - I don’t know.
65:34 - I only know one thing, I love him. - I hope he doesn’t let you down.
65:41 - I’d be very sorry for you. - Hello daddy-o.
65:50 - How about throwing those lamps on somebody else for a change? - Yeah, baby, like you swing too.
66:07 - - Come on, Gladys. It’s not worth it.
66:09 - - Don’t bother me. (mid-tempo music) (both laughing) - Hey, Georgia, give me a drink too.
66:21 - - All right. - Thanks. - Bobby. - Yeah? - Do you have to turn all the girls’ heads? - Who me? They turn mine.
66:32 - - Hi, Georgia. - Hi. - That dance sure made me thirsty.
66:36 - - Georgia, aren’t you at all excited about going home soon? - Mm-hm.
66:40 - - Okay, let’s drink to that. - Yeah.
66:41 - - Well, here’s to the trip. - Cheers.
66:43 - - Cheers. - Do you think people are still talking about us? - Of course.
66:49 - Now all the more, since we found you. - Will the papers print our story? - Oh, baby, will the papers print your story? The magazines will carry your pictures.
66:58 - And what do you think radio and TV will do with you? You’ll be amazed at the reception you’ll get back in New York.
67:06 - - Maybe they’ll drive us down Broadway, with confetti and all.
67:09 - - Mm. In any case, you become a world famous troop and hm, who knows? Maybe you’ll wind up in Hollywood.
67:17 - - Oh, Bobby, I might make it yet. - Thank goodness I still have a few minutes left.
67:22 - ‘Cause my next rendezvous is very important.
67:26 - - And this time who’s the lucky one? - If you won’t tell anyone, Gladys.
67:33 - -Bobby -Hm? - Gladys is a fine girl.
67:37 - Up until now she’s been shy of men. Please, leave her alone.
67:42 - - Exactly. I’ve always yearned for a girl like this and never found one.
67:51 - And why am I telling you all this anyway? - Oh, Joe, I’m so happy.
68:13 - - Well, that’s what I expected. - Same old story.
68:16 - You’re nice to a man and before you know it he’s getting fresh.
68:18 - (Joe laughing) -Ann, I must tell you something right away.
68:23 - Come on. - All right. - Hey, Ann. - Let her run.
68:31 - They’re all good for nothing. They’re all the same.
68:36 - Come on, let’s have a drink. - Well, Gladys, it’s just as I told you earlier.
68:47 - Don’t you see that Bob is just the kind of man who wants nothing else than to play around with women without a single serious thought in his head? - You’re right, I don’t want to see him again.
68:59 - - Gladys. - Look, Bob, you can keep those remarks about Arm to yourself, get it? (Bob laughing) - Don’t tell me you’re serious, fella.
69:18 - You haven’t fallen for that little broad, by any chance? Well, good luck then.
69:24 - - And what if I were? - Then I’d feel sorry for you.
69:30 - What are dancers? Hot goods for cold nights.
69:35 - Or do you think your Ann is different, hm? - For a guy like you, the worst girl in the world is too good.
69:51 - No, not here. Come on. (men grunting) (men grunting) (Bobby groaning) Take that.
70:25 - (Joe groaning) (men grunting) (men laughing) - I gotta run.
70:53 - I got a date. - Okay. (upbeat music) (Bob vocalizing) - Hello, Gladys.
71:22 - - Oh, leave me alone you. - What’s the matter with you, kid? Have you gone crazy? - You ask me that.
71:31 - No man in this world, even if he belonged to your best friend, would be safe with you around.
71:37 - - Are you talking about Bobby? - Who else? But you can keep him.
71:42 - I’m through with him. - I’ve got news for you.
71:47 - Bobby just made it clear to me that you’re the kind of girl that he’s been looking for.
71:53 - - [Gladys] Do you mean that, Babs? - If it weren’t true, do you think I’d leave him? - Babs! - Go to him, he’s waiting for you.
73:01 - (waves lapping) - Bobby. (gasps) (Gladys screaming) - That was a scream, ssh.
74:18 - (Gladys screaming) - It sounded like Gladys.
74:22 - - And Bobby’s also gone. (dramatic music) - I’ll look for them.
74:25 - You get dressed and follow me. (women talking) (gun clicking) Oh.
75:40 - You go up ahead and try and help Gladys. I’ll go back and get the ammunition.
75:43 - Quick. (Gladys groaning) (Gladys screaming) (waves lapping) Bob.
76:28 - Bobby. (dramatic music) (men grunting) - Joe. - Georgia.
77:16 - Where’s the ammunition? - I don’t know, maybe there.
77:21 - - Quick, or we’ll all get it. I found Bob, dead.
77:26 - - Was he strangled? - Where are the bullets? (door banging) It’s too late.
77:31 - He’s here. (door banging) (slow suspenseful music) (Georgia groaning) - Gary.
78:11 - (wood clattering) (men grunting) No.
78:42 - (Joe groaning) (Gary groaning) - Wait, each of you take a torch, then we’ll chase him.
79:11 - We can only destroy him with fire. Here.
79:16 - - Oh, light mine. -All right, come on.
79:26 - Come on. We must surround him. Two of you take that path over there.
79:31 - Two go through the bushes. The rest of you, come with me.
79:34 - Nobody should go alone. Always go in pairs.
79:37 - Come on. (dramatic music) - Come on, he’s over there.
80:37 - - Come, there he is. Maybe we’ve lost him.
81:54 - Stop, the quicksand starts here. (slow suspenseful music) - Oh, Joe, he’s sinking.
82:29 - (Gary groaning) (Gary screaming) - Better dead than continue living.
82:48 - (Gary screaming) (upbeat music) Come on, girls, Babs, Kate. .