In Search of the Castaways

Visible crew/equipment: Just after the Castaways escape the hut by climbing down the cliff with the homemade rope, they are chased by the natives, also descending the rope. After the Castaways have set the rope on fire, a heavy safety harness is seen around one of the native's waist. As the rope burns upwards, an attached cable pulls him up.

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Jacques Paganel: An earthquake of the first magnitude.

Lord Glenarvan: On my soul, I don't know which is worse: a crazy man who thinks he's smart, or a Frenchman who admits he's stupid.

Jacques Paganel: Take your hands off me, monsieur. Never have I been thrown from any place in my life. Let's not set a precedent. Merci, monsieur, merci.

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