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Come on in. | Over here.
Hey, little maka.
No, thanks, kimo.
Kimo! Help! | There's a man in the surf!
Look, there's a man.
Pull him up. | Easy with him.
Quickly. | Pull him up here.
Take it easy now.
Mama! | Mama, come quick!
My goodness, boy, | what is it?
There! A man, i found, | just about drowned.
He's bad off, mom.
- Fix him good. | - He's heavy.
- Oh, brother. | - He's hurt.
The side room.
Take it easy now.
Liliha! We'll need hot water, | alcohol and swabs, quickly!
Yes, miss maka.
- Good morning, kimo. | - Good morning, little maka.
How do you feel?
Well, i've felt worse.
I just can't remember when.
- Who are you? | - I'm Booton.
I asked you a straight-On | question, boy.
No, foolin', sir. That's | my name, Booton Macavoy.
Oh, well we're on kauai.
How far is that from texas?
Oh. Well, to tell you the truth,
I went to honolulu | once, though.
It's not as bad as my son says.
Well, | good morning, ma'am.
Honolulu's a couple | day's sail from here.
Are you feeling better?
Well, i'm beginning | to make some recovery. | Yes, ma'am.
I was just trying to help.
If you really | mean that, son,
Can he use dad's razor, mama?
Oh, i'm sorry to hear that, ma'am.
I'm henrietta Macavoy.
I'm pleased | to meet you, ma'am.
You're lucky to survive, | you know.
It's just a figure of speech.
Just that, me and the sea, | we don't get along together.
Oh, then you did | come off a ship?
Come off? Yes ma'am, | i think that's right.
I just wish i'd never got on it.
You're not a deserter?
As the lord as my witness, | ma'am, i am a wronged man.
That may be, mr.--
Ah, Costain. | Lincoln Costain.
My friends call me linc.
I suggest as soon | as you're well enough,
You get yourself back to your ship.
Get back? | I was shanghaied, ma'am.
Liliha make you some good soup. | Fix your body up proper.
Just what might | that be, ma'am?
She said it would | put hair on my chest,
But all it did was make me gag | 'til my eyes watered.
Booton, behave yourself.
If it's all the same | to you, miss lili--
Liliha. You take some. | Go ahead.
- You like, no? | - No, that's pretty bad, | that is.
What is it? | What is it, boy? | What's the matter?
Get out of here!
Get out of my garden, you hear me!
You get out! | Get!
One of the animals? | Well, i'll be dogged.
- Liliha! | - Booton!
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