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The curator agreed to remove|the paintings from the exhibition
and sent a letter to the artist|inviting him to submit alternatives.
Unfortunately,|the offer was refused point-blank.
- He's threatened to go to the press.|- Mr Norman Lindsay, l take it?
- You've heard of him.|- Well, l like to keep abreast.
The last thing we want is a scandal.|Anyway, here they are.
A case could be made for the|first three. They're merely vulgar.
But this one|is certainly blasphemous.
- And you want me to talk him round?|- lt's on the way to your new parish.
l think an outsider has more of|a chance of getting through to him
than any of us locals.
l gather you were something|of a progressive at Oxford.
Don't believe everything you hear|but yes, element of truth in that.
He's happy to put you|and your wife up for the night.
l think he rather relishes|the idea of a good argument.
Well, if his reputation|is anything to go by,
he'd love to shock the socks off|any churchman that goes near him.
May l introduce you to my wife?|l don't think you've met.
Estella, the Bishop of Sydney.|My wife, Estella.
- Welcome to Australia.|- Thank you.
- Morning.|- Tickets, please.
- Do you know if a taxi's waiting?|- Yeah. There's not.
l, um, understand one was booked|to go to Mr Lindsay's place.
Doing a bit of modelling, are yous?
No, l certainly am not.
Taxi's been a bit late lately.|You'd be better off down at the pub.
May we leave our baggage here?
l'm about to knock off.|lt'll be pilfered.
Would you mind giving us|a hand with it, then?
- Oh, l'm awfully sorry.|- l'll forgive you.
- Millions wouldn't.|- Oh, dear.
Try the pub.|lt's just down the hill.
- Morning.|- Get fucked. Get fucked.
Watch the language, everyone.
Gents only in the bar.|Ladies' lounge is through the door.
Yes, we don't want a drink.|We just want a taxi, if there is one.
- Reg is at a funeral.|- l see.
- You could be in for a long wait.|- Oh, yes?
lt's his funeral.
Hey! l got my eye on you!
- Where yous goin'?|- Out to Mr Lindsay's place.
We're goin' out that way.|We can give you a lift.
- Thank you. Thank you very much.|- After we finish our beers.
They can't wait forever.
Fine. Come on, then.
Thanks for the lift.
l don't mean to be rude but...
you got a bit of food|on the side of your mouth.
See ya later.
Sorry about that, Piglet.|You all right?
They swear an awful lot.|They tend to, types like that.
- They didn't really say anything.|- Good.
- Now, where is everyone?|- Maybe Mr Lindsay changed his mind.
Pooh, look, there's something here.
Dear visitors, sorry we missed you.|Gone out for a picnic.
Make yourselves at home.
Well, l suppose|we'd better not go in.
Let's sit over by the pond.
- Mrs Campion?|- Hello.
What? Ah! Sorry.
l was fast asleep there.
You must be Mr Lindsay.|Lindsay Campion, my wife Norman.
- Estella.|- Just out from England?
That's it. We arrived|just a couple of weeks ago.
So they weren't game to send a local?
Well, you...|you're exactly on our way.
Oh, well. l'm glad|you got here in one piece.
Excuse me, l gotta get back to work.
Giddy and Sheela'll show you a room.|You'd probably like to freshen up.
- We'd love to, thank you.|- Thank you very much.
- You take that for me...|- This way, ladies and gents.
Thank you. Lovely.
You'll have trouble sleeping.
She sleeps next door|and she snores terribly.
- l do not.|- She sounds like two possums mating.
That's so horrible and it's not true.
Whereabouts is the, uh...
Take him out to the thunder box.
Just a tick.
l've never snored in my life.
l think snoring|can be quite charming, actually.
Why do they call it a thunder box?|Cos it's out in the wind and rain?
l suppose. But you always need|to keep your shoes on.
- Are there stinging nettles?|- Yes, and scorpions and centipedes.
- Can you swim?|- Not very well.
l'll wake you up. There's|a swimming hole we go to every day.
- l'm Sheela.|- Estella.
Does he always take the Bible|with him to the dunny?
lt wasn't the Bible. He just doesn't|like wasting time, that's all.
Well, from the size of it,|he could be there all night.
l should've warned him|about the redbacks.
- What are they?|- Small spiders with big teeth.
- They live under toilet seats.|- How do you know if they're there?
By the screams.
Ah, there you are.
Mr Lindsay's wonderful, isn't he?
He said we're gonna do|The Sirens next.
- Do you know about them?|- Certainly.
They lived on the island of Atlantis|and sang songs from the cliffs
and sailors from passing ships were|driven mad by these gorgeous voices.
And the ships would be dashed|against the rocks
and the sailors dragged down|to a blissful death
with the voices of the sirens|ringing in their ears.
l think myths|are a bit stupid, really.
l'll be wearing this.
You know, you could pose, too,|if you like.
He always needs more models.|Go on, try it. Please.
There's some male ones too.
l don't think that's quite for us.
Well, you could always wear a dagger,|strategically placed.
Or a sword. Whichever you need.|And dinner's ready.
Oh, that's right.
l was sent to fetch you.
l don't...like people thinking|l'm like the other models.
l'm working here as a maid.|Mr Lindsay asked me to pose
and l said l would|if l could keep my clothes on.
Because l really think it's important|to keep one's mystique,
don't you, Mr Campion?
ls it Mr Campion|or Father Anthony?
lt's, uh, it's Tony.
Do you think it's a sin...Tony?
l don't think there's anything sinful|about the body.
There's a tradition of religious|painting featuring the nude.
lt's a question of...how the artist|uses the body that's important.
So, do you think|Mr Lindsay's paintings are rude?
Some l think are profane.
Oh, that's good. l'm starving.
l only eat once a day|cos my mother's very fat
and it runs in my family.
You should see my grandpa.|He looks like the Michelin Man.
You know, the one|with all those tyres around him?
He eats like a horse!|He puts tomato sauce on everything.
lt was a very enlightened society.|The artists made all the decisions.
That's why there's no record|of warfare
between the Atlanteans|and anyone else.
The main question is, where was it?
The Mediterranean|is the most likely spot.
They're always digging up pottery
that doesn't belong to|any known civilization.
How could a complete people|just disappear?
Well, a cataclysm. They were all|wiped out in a cataclysm.
Whole island sank in an earthquake.
So you're a genuine believer|in Atlantis?
Well, l lived there|in a former incarnation.
l ask because the cataclysm can be|seen as an image of moral collapse
and some think we're going through|a similar period of decay.
Do you explore that in your painting?
l think people have always|been decaying, whenever they can.
He's just a very depraved man,|l'm afraid, Mr Campion.
No one's safe.
l'm bloody bored!
Have you seen those fairies lately?
A couple of them were out|last Friday.
- They were not!|- They were too.
They always come out|on Fridays round midnight.
They do not. Do they, Mummy?
Yes, you don't see them|cos you're asleep.
Tonight's Friday,|as a matter of fact.
But then you'd be|too bloody bored to see them.
No, l'm not, Mummy.|l promise l won't be bored.
- Even bloody bored?|- Promise!
Well, if you're gonna be up|at midnight, get to bed now.
- Say good night to everybody.|- Good night, everybody.
- Do they really come, Mummy?|- Fairies only live in books.
The lndustrial Revolution|killed the fairies.
They were left with nowhere to live.
- Except our imaginations.|- lmaginations are a luxury.
- Beg your pardon?|- Most people can't afford them.
l don't think imagination|is dependent on economics, is it?
ln a factory you're doing exactly|the same thing day after day.
An active imagination is what allows|people to do that kind of work.
Oh, well, you'd know, of course!
l just think|that's what you'd have to do.
You'd have to be imagining|other things.
Please don't tell us|what the working class think,
thanks very much.
l think what the Bishop's|really hoping for
is that we can come to a compromise,
find some other examples|of your work.
The great thing is no... Your chair.
- No one wants to see you excluded.|- Now, that is a comfort.
l hadn't realised the Church's|interest in contemporary painting.
lt's just The Crucified Venus|we're uncomfortable with.
- Pooh?|- lt's me.
Poor old Piglet.|Pru gave you a bit of a working over.
l'll survive.|Did you get anywhere with Mr Lindsay?
He insists it's up to the public|to decide for themselves
if they want to see his pictures.
Of course, they have to see them|first to decide,
by which time|the damage has been done,
but that is a bit of logic|which is lost upon him. Never mind.
l'll have another shot|in the morning before we go.
Do you think the pictures|actually damage people?
l think that the sexual ones|are just rather childish
but l do think|negative images build up
and don't any good in the long run
and l think The Crucified Venus|is offensive and downright arrogant.
- l'm coming, l'm coming!
- Hurry up, stupid!|- l'm running as fast as l can,
you disgusting thing!
My guess is they're tooth fairies.
- Shall we?|- Come on, then.
- Swimming?|- What's the time?
The train doesn't leave until 1 2.
What'd you do to him?|He's exhausted.
- Anthony!|- Don't wake him up.
Well, he might be dreaming.
lt's dangerous to wake somebody up|if they're dreaming
because you leave part|of your brain behind.
lf it happens a lot,|you go feeble in the head.
Yeah. You're living proof.
All right, l'll join you in a minute.
- Are you rich?|- Not very.
- What does your father do for crust?|- Why do you ask?
Well, Pru thinks you're bourgeois,|that's all.
Mine was taken by a shark.
God, how awful!
There wasn't much left of him.
So l was brought up mainly by my mum.|She runs a sweet shop.
But l'm quite ambitious all the same.|l was determined to keep my figure,
which was hard with chocolate wombats|and toffee apples everywhere.
- But as you can see, l succeeded.|- Because you wanted to be a model?
Oh, no.|Modelling is just to get known.
l'm going to be a famous actress.
People will know me through|Mr Lindsay's paintings,
then l'll move on to|stage and screen.
They're just doing it to show off.
They're very common.|They can't help it.
Sheela's got|ten brothers and sisters.
She wants to be an artist like Norman|but poor girl, she's hopeless.
- And Pru wants to be an aviator.|- Aviatrix.
l'm gonna splash you.
- Be careful of the water snakes.|- There aren't any water snakes.
Quick, someone's coming!
- Hide!|- lt's all right, he can hardly see.
- Devlin!|- Come and have a swim.
Don't get him to come in.|He might...brush against you.
You shouldn't have anything to do|with him. He's a criminal.
- You dream about him, don't you?|- l do not!
You lie on the ground|while he licks your belly button.
You're so disgusting, flaunting|yourselves. You're so cheap!
He wouldn't know|if we were dressed or not.
Do you have to carry on|in front of Estella?
- What's wrong with her?|- She'll think we're...barbarians.
Don't. Don't. Don't.
- Morning.|- Morning.
The papers got hold of it.
"When the exhibition arrives in|London, the English will be convinced
"Australia is peopled by degenerates|afflicted with sex mania."
Must be why they deported us.
The other news is that it seems|we'll be here for another day or so.
The train was derailed and a|section of track has to be repaired.
Rose is very kindly giving us a ride|into town this afternoon
to see how long it's going to be.
These flies are|remarkably persistent.
l just...ate one, l think.|Came in on me honey.
Made me feel funny...
in me tummy.
- May l speak?|- Briefly.
l just wondered if you'd be|interested in today's editorial?
l try to ignore the press|as much as l can.
lsn't it hard|to sustain your vision
when it flies so completely|in the face of public opinion?
So the arrows of your detractors|bounce off, do they?
Vanity is a formidable armour.
Oh, here we go.
"The excesses of Lindsay have|long been a source of consternation
"to clean-living citizens|of this country.
"He paints people who seem to be|slaves of cocaine or similar,
"which has reduced them to|frenzied and shameless morbidity.
"Today, however, not content with|scorning standards of public decency,
"he profanes the most sacred image|of Christianity, the Crucifixion."
As if l give a damn about|these Wesleyans, these wowsers.
Well, it's quite a lot of people|who hold the Crucifixion sacred.
- Anyway, you're busy.|- Mr Campion, l am an artist
and l refuse to be compromised by|the scruples of the public!
- Scruples or beliefs?|- And this Crucifixion business.
When l was a boy,
my mother used to try to instruct us|on the sad story of Jesus,
how He died on the cross for us.
My whole being rose in revolt|against the idea!
lt's a vile notion|that a god should sacrifice himself
for the sins of mankind,|it's a pestilent notion.
- Well, l couldn't agree with that.|- Hang on.
As for the suffering my poor pictures|will cause a few people,
it's nothing compared to|the suffering the Church has caused.
The burning of witches,|the Spanish lnquisition,
the slaughter of pagan tribes|and so on.
Anyway, there we are.
Must get back to work.
l don't think the Church|can be blamed
for everything done in-in-in-in its|name but we'll take this up later.
Well, now, here's a thing.
You see the article in here about|Atlantis? There's a new theory.
Off Norway, they reckon.
When it sank,|it must've caused a tidal wave,
so they're looking at|old Nordic texts
to see if there's any evidence|of flooding.
You're disgusting, Sheela.|You should be in a sty.
- Watch this. Watch Giddy's skin.|- Don't you dare. Don't, Sheela.
One day, we're gonna tickle you...
and we're gonna keep tickling you|all over.
Look at her arms and legs.|Look at the goose pimples.
Sheela. Will you be quiet?
- Do you know who else will do it?|- Shut up.
- He'll be tickling you too.|- He will not.
He'll tickle you...there.
She'd burst.|Her insides would go everywhere.
Sea slugs do that.
When they get attacked,|they spit their insides out.
You can eat them and go all night.
There are islands|where the women gang up
and ambush their favourite men
and feed them|the longest sea slugs they can find.
And the men get so incredibly hard,
you can hang heavy clothes and jewels|from their erections.
- But doesn't it hurt?|- Excruciatingly.
Giddy's guts would be good for that.
They would not!
My giblets are pure and innocent,|like my mind.
Let's hope it's good news and|then we can get out of your hair.
- A couple heads more doesn't matter.|- That's very kind of you.
l suppose there's no point|in trying to prevail on you
to help persuade Norman just to|withdraw that particular picture?
- Mr Campion...|- Tony.
Have you actually seen it?
Yes, very briefly in the gallery.
l was the model for it, you see...
One, two, three, charge!
Stop it at once!
What do you think you're doing?|Go on, get off! Get off.
Go on, shoo, all of you.|All of you, go away.
What on earth was all that about?
They're just acting out|what their parents say -
Norman's the devil incarnate|and we're all witches.
Go on, now, shoo.
- You eat sheep poo!|- You disgusting things!
- How do l look?|- Very nice.
Can l wear it tonight? Pru and l|are going out with some blokes.
l suppose so.
Do you often try on other people's|clothes without asking?
All the clothes l've ever worn|are other people's.
- ls this the ship you came out on?|- Yes.
My dad was a sailor.
What does he do now?
A shark took him.
They found an arm with his watch.
That's what they buried - the arm.
Still used a normal-sized coffin|though, just for appearances.
l hadn't realised sharks were so...
Do you like your husband?
Do people usually marry people|they don't like?
Quite often, l'd say.
Now, Devlin,|l want you to pose as Ulysses.
ls he the chap|you're going out with?
God, no. He just does|odd jobs around the place.
- But he can't see.|- He can't see much.
Norman says it's all a blur.
There was a big prizefight|out in the bush.
lt went on for hours.|Blood everywhere.
ln the end, they had to stop|cos Devlin was blind.
After a few days, he could see a bit,
but he can't hardly recognise|anyone until they speak...
..but Giddy thinks|he's the best thing since Valentino.
Merely routine for you,|old boy, l would've thought.
See ya tomorrow night, all right?
For too long,|you've kept sensuality in the gloom.
You've made it furtive and guilty!
The Church has never denied that|sex has a supremely important role.
"Vaginal pessaries require|a manipulation of her genital organs
"which must be repugnant|to every woman."
See, that's the problem.|God makes us feel so guilty...
When Dolly Rogers allowed me|to play with her parts,
l thought l'd be struck by lightning.
- One point.|- What's your point?
Mr Campion is trying to say
if we give way to our whims,|we're no better than pigs.
- Pigs?|- That's not my point!
lf God didn't want us to play with|these parts, why make them fun?
So many people can't feed their kids|and the Church says, "Have more."
Here come your lovers.
Look, Jesus never said anything|about chastity, anyway.
That started with|some old men on an island
that suddenly decided|the body was bad for the soul.
- Atlantis, was it?|- lt's a pity for women it wasn't.
The fact is,|the gloomy God of the Old Testament
still has us by the scruff|of the neck today.
When He was invented,|there were a lot of pagan religions
that celebrated sexuality|and fertility and so on.
So how is this new religion|to compete with something so popular?
By saying that sex was evil and that|women, the embodiment of sexuality,
were responsible for the downfall|of mankind in the Garden of Eden!
- So we're second-class citizens.|- Mrs Pankhurst would be proud.
- Why can't we be vicars or priests?|- Or popes?
Because we're too deafened by the din|of our bodies to hear God's Word.
- Here, here.|- May l answer that question?
- May l speak?|- Come in, boys.
- Evenin', all. G'day.|- Evening.
We had to fix up...|a couple of flyblown sheep.
Did you wash your hands?
- Eww, it's horrible.|- lt's only oil, honey.
lt's sheep poo. You got sheep poo|in your fingernails.
lt's OK. We'll be wearing gloves.
Well...better get going, l suppose.
See yous later.
- Good night.|- See ya.
Try one of these.
Don't worry, Giddy.|Your time will come.
- Any luck?|- No.
"ls there a Piglet|in the house?" said Pooh.
They're trying to shock us,|aren't they?
Well, church-baiting's|always been a popular pastime.
l got an awful lot|of it at university.
The atheists always think it's funny|to roast the dusty old Christian.
The great thing, of course,|is not to be too dusty.
You should have seen Lindsay's face|when l started quoting Joyce at him.
Something wrong, Piglet?
Those girls are perfect models|for Lindsay's orgies, aren't they?
A shame about Giddy.|l think there's hope for her.
She was, um...sticking up for me|at dinner. Did you notice?
Oh, dear. l probably shouldn't have|brought you here, should l?
- Pooh...|- Piglet.
sometimes you have too high|of an opinion of me.
What on earth makes you say that?
- Oh, l don't know.|- You are a funny little thing.
lt's freezing. Come on, then.
Do you want to?
l'm not sure.
Well...you don't have to decide now.
- You wake me up if you do.|- All right.
According to Mr Lindsay,
we should both be in a state|of perpetual tumescence.
- What are you doing?|- Watching you sleep.
Looks like you both|had another punishing night.
l wish you wouldn't creep|into our room every morning!
We've just been for a swim.
l just wanted to tell you|how nice the water was.
- What happened to you?|- You're a terrible mess.
l went for a walk.
- Stupidly...got lost.|- Come on.
Plenty of room.
- Here. Put this on.|- l don't want to dress up.
You look as if you've been|in an orgy. Who were you with?
Don't be a spoilsport. Please?
Oh...all right, then.
You get fucked. And you too.|You get fucked.
And you. You get fucked too.
Go on and get fucked. Get fucked.
Three jugs of beer|and a créme de menthe.
Sorry, lounge is closed.
- What about them?|- Just closed a few minutes ago.
- Well, the main bar's open.|- The main bar's for men.
- Don't worry. Let's go.|- We came here for a drink.
Hey, Tom! Lewis.
Get us some drinks, will ya?
Forget 'em. They're pretending|they don't know us.
That boil in the|middle of your bum...
you should have it|looked at by a doctor.
lt might go septic.|Your whole bum might fall off.
- What if we drink outside?|- That's against the law.
lt's against the law|to be open on a Sunday.
One, two, three!
- Your mother's a trade unionist?|- Yep.
The sort that'd put people like you|up against a wall and shoot 'em.
- My family aren't wealthy.|- What does your father do?
- He's an antiques dealer.|- Mine was a sailor.
Taken by a shark?
Blown to bits in a battle.
They only ever found his foot.
- What's funny?|- l'm sorry.
One, two, three!
- Let go of my foot.|- One, two, three!
- Let go of my foot!|- One, two, three!
You haven't caught us yet.
All right, girls. Jiggle your biceps.|This'll be piss easy.
- Hopeless!|- Pitiful!
- Kelly O'Hara!|- Sean Connolly!
- Seamus O'Hurd!|- Patrick O'Shaugnessy!
l'm gonna be honest with you. l find|your lustful women preposterous.
- That doesn't surprise me.|- l am married, Lindsay,
so l do have some experience|of the opposite sex.
l can assure you my wife is about|as far from your debauched harridans
as animal is from vegetable.
And which is she, Mr Campion?
- Sorry.|- Animal or vegetable?
What are you doing, Giddy?
Dancing away all my impure thoughts.|l'm filled with them.
You should be doing it.
You need to more than me.|Oh, not you, Estella.
She needs to more than anyone.
Ah, the world's going round.
What are you picturing|in your mind, Giddy?
- You're getting slippery.|- What do you mean?
l know somewhere...|where she'd be really ticklish.
He leaps from rock to rock|with the grace of a mountain goat.
- You all right?|- Rose. Yes, l'm fine, thank you.
- Just a bit out of breath.|- Were you running?
l think it's time|you paid a visit to Mr Devlin.
l don't chase men.|lt's undignified.
What's that in his hand?
- lt looks like Estella's hat.|- Yes.
l...l lost it when l went out for|a walk. He must've picked it up.
So that's why you were blushing|in the car.
l was feeling ill, l told you.
Let me go.
Would you...please untie me?
Please, will you untie me?
My hands are going to sleep.
- That tunic suits you.|- l thought we might go to evensong.
All right, l'll go and change.
So must l.
- Where were you?|- We went into the town.
You went to the pub.|l can smell it on your breath.
Why are you wearing|that ridiculous outfit?
lt's...part of what they've been|using in the latest paintings.
Yes, l'm well aware of that.
Does this mean|you'll be doing some modelling?
There's no need to be offensive.
- Estella, what's wrong?|- Nothing is wrong!
ln its long history, one of|the enduring strengths of the Church
has been its capacity|to withstand persecution,
insult and ridicule.
Since its inception,
those who have sought to|mock Christians have been legion.
Even Jesus Christ Himself|felt their lash -
on the street, in the marketplace,|even at the end on the cross.
"Where are you now,|you King of the Jews?"
they called out to Him in his agony.
ln every age,|still more come forward
to scorn His name|and to defame His most sacred images.
But true Christians,|secure in their faith,
can identify such detractors|for what they are -
the disciples of the devil,
the destroyers of all|that is precious in family life,
the harbingers of darkness and chaos.
Please be seated.
- What on earth is wrong with you?|- Nothing.
What strange, deluded, conceited|creatures we human beings are.
We think we have secrets
but how can we have secrets|from God,
who knows our innermost thoughts|every moment of the day?
Giddy, what's wrong?
He's in the studio.|He's staying there tonight.
l'm going to seduce him.
Did he say anything...|anything about me
- when he untied you?|- No.
He's too shy, you see?
l think you should lie down|for a while.
We're so out of touch|with our passions.
l mean, l'm such|a bourgeois little thing,
too scared even to reveal myself|to a painter.
l'm going to start walking around|without any clothes on
because, well,|clothes are just ost...
"ostentatious figments|of middle-class imagination."
That's Pru's nonsense.
lt's just a bit cold tonight.
Well, l'd better go and get ready.
This is the first day|of my new life.
No, the first night|of my new life.
She'll have to cross the Arafura Sea.
She'll be here in a few days.
What are you trying to do?
Look. This is where Amy Johnson's|got to in her plane.
She was almost eaten by cannibals.
What are you trying to do to Giddy?|She'll make a fool of herself.
You've seen her.|She's about to burst out of her skin.
- She doesn't know what she's doing.|- Why are you so concerned?
- You jealous?|- Don't be ridiculous.
- You like him too, don't you?|- We didn't speak when he untied me.
- You didn't need to.|- You're really shocking.
Your characters all seem so ravenous.|Can't love ever be gentle?
Yes, of course it can,|but l'm not painting love scenes.
Sorry, yes - "lust scenes."
But there is a fierceness in desire,|isn't there? ln lovemaking?
One of life's great conundrums.
The only one,|according to your paintings.
l admit that the human universe
is infinitely richer|than my meagre palette.
For instance,|l do absolutely no justice at all
to the nervous Nellies and|the shrinking violets, the saints...
You're very contemptuous|of shrinking violets.
Dear Estella,|l'm a shrinking violet myself.
l choose to live|not in the real world but in here.
l flee from the real world|into my little studio
and there before me is the|unlimited canvas of my imagination.
But your paintings,|they do go out into the real world.
While you have a wonderful|imagination, most are stunted
and you have no idea what effect|they'll have on people
or what they might|incite them to. Rape?
Mr Campion, in my opinion,
the female body is the most|beautiful thing in the world
and if it turns you into a ravenous|maniac l'd suggest it's a good idea
if your wife takes the greatest care|to get undressed behind a screen.
Estella's seen the pictures too.|Are we in danger from her?
You're so patronizing, Mr Campion.|Everyone has a rich imagination.
What stunts it|is capitalist exploitation.
Go to Soviet Russia|where they've been liberated,
there's an explosion of creativity.
Have you been to Soviet Russia, Pru?|Have you?
l thought for a moment someone knew|what they were talking about.
Communism has exploded every value,|leaving a vacuum of moral anarchy.
- Anarchy is freedom!|- Balls! Sorry. Sorry.
Freedom for the strong|to dominate the weak.
lt's exactly as before,|just a different set of bullies.
Speaking of bullies, where's Giddy?
- l thought you'd lost that hat.|- Yes.
One of the girls must've found it.
So, um, where was Giddy tonight?
You like her, don't you?
"Try one of these, they're Turkish."
No, l just...
l just worry about her|with those other two.
She's drunk herself into a stupor.
Planning to throw herself at...
that odd-job man.
Yes, he's quite a character,|isn't he?
Apparently, he had a dangerous|reputation before he lost his sight.
This whole country's dangerous.
You know, l've been mulling over|what you said to me the other night
about...about me|thinking too highly of you.
- l don't see either of us as saints.|- That's a relief.
Yes, l've done plenty of things|l'm ashamed of, stretching way back.
- What sort of things?|- l remember when l was at school,
we had this|ridiculous initiation ceremony
for the new boys,|the "scum" as we called them.
- l was put through it myself.|- What happened?
Well, we used to stand 'em|on a chair, take their trousers down,
whip 'em with wet towels|while they recited Tennyson.
- You know the sort of thing.|- Do l?
Anyway, that's just...|something l wanted you to know.
ln view of...today's activities.
What are you talking about?
l think you know,|l'd rather not put it into words.
Sorry l'm so noisy.
lt's all right.|They'll all be asleep.
You are the Winnie the Pooh|sleeping in today.
- What's the time?|- Nearly three.
Message from your friend Sheela.
She didn't want to wake you for|swimming as you needed your rest.
Seemed quite smug about it, actually.
l might have one now, then.
To wake me up.
Right. Good idea.
- How are you feeling?|- Really buggered.
l woke in the night with a blanket|stuck to me like a cloak.
l'd spilt that horrible drink.
l looked like a huge emerald mint.
Not that it mattered.
- Why? What do you mean?|- l went to the studio to see him.
He was there doing it|with somebody else.
Who was it?
lt was dark.|l suppose it was Sheela or Pru.
They've got absolutely no morals|at all.
l just feel so stupid.|l thought he liked me.
So l'm not going to have|anything to do with men any more.
- l've made a big decision.|- What decision?
You'll see. So will Norman.
- Change your mind?|- Yes.
Disappointing news.|The organisers have backed down.
Exhibition's going ahead|with all the original paintings.
- Still, we did our best.|- l wish we could leave now.
That's the good news.|The track's been repaired.
- We'll get the first train tomorrow.|- Thank goodness.
l'll tell Lindsay.
Sorry, just thought l'd let you know|we'll be off in the morning.
You're very naughty so l'm not|going to give you this chocolate.
Honey! Honey, come quick.
This lamb is absolutely delicious.
Very nearly as good as Welsh lamb|and that's saying something.
thank you very much|for your hospitality.
We've enjoyed ourselves.
l like a little opposition.|lt clears the mind.
So, um, l gather|you're a boxer, Mr Devlin.
Yes, l used to do a bit|of boxing myself, actually.
Quite a keen pugilist in one's day.
Lost a huge part of this tooth from|a great haymaker someone gave me.
l expect you've got some|pretty bad scabs to show as well.
Apart, obviously, from the...|eye thing, which is beastly.
Well, unfortunately,|during his last fight,
Mr Devlin was gasping for air|with his tongue hanging out
and he got this enormous uppercut|under his chin and lost most of it.
He makes a brilliant Ulysses, anyhow.
We always call him into the water|and he never comes.
Whoever he was,|you'd try to get him in.
- You'd get in the whole army.|- God, you're charming tonight.
Thinking about the Atlantis series,|l'd like to do more research.
l was thinking of mounting|an expedition to go and find it.
You might like to come.
- Devlin could be the pilot.|- Giddy could be the navigator.
l'm not going if they're going.
- What?|- Why not?
l can't trust you|as far as l could kick you.
- Thanks very much.|- What are you talking about?
You always eat cheese|when you're feeling guilty.
Sorry, l'd better go and see|if she's all right.
- What?|- Nothing.
Piglet? You all right?
Yes, l'm...l'm fine, thank you.
Are you feeling a bit funny?
Probably all that Stilton.
You were packing it down,|weren't you?
- Well, l'd better...l'll go back.|- Pooh.
l think...we should talk.
- Right you are. What about?|- Ever since we got here, l...
Well, now, l think some things|are best left unsaid.
But that means|we'll always be strangers.
No, not really.
- Only small parts of us.|- The bad parts.
No, l think it's good|to have a few secrets.
That way, in 50 years' time,
we'll still be able|to surprise each other.
Perhaps you're right.
l love you, Piglet.
- What's the matter?|- You must've been dreaming.
When you saw someone with Devlin.
You were so drunk.
l looked in here|and you were absolutely sozzled.
- But it was so real.|- Dreams always are.
The other two swear it wasn't them
and you know how they like to boast.
Do you still like him?
- l suppose so.|- You should go in and see him, then.
That's what your dream|was telling you.
Here, put this on.
- But it's your wedding ring.|- lt's always brought me luck.
- Has it?|- Always.
Try some of this.
We'll have to fix your hair.
l want to wake up now.
- What? lt was night...|- You were shouting.
Really loudly.|l heard you from the garden.
But l wanted to tell you about|last night. Oh, it was wonderful.
l mean, l didn't do everything|with him because...
l don't think|he's good enough for me but...
oh, he did some things|which were just...
How dare you use her|without permission?
- l don't need permission.|- lt infers that she modelled!
You cannot just put|someone in your painting!
lt's totally compromising.|She'll be outraged. l'm outraged!
- Perhaps we ought to ask her.|- l don't need to. lf she wanted...
Anthony? What's the matter?
Mr Lindsay has put you|in his latest painting.
He has to paint over you|or we'll take legal action.
He can turn you into someone else.|You'd better have a look.
lt's a good likeness.
Devlin, better get back|to work. Catch.
For goodness sake!
We'll be arrested.
We'll be excommunicated.
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Swordsman III - The East is Red
Sylvester - Canned Feud (1951)
Sylvester - Speedy Gonzales (1955)
Sylvester and Elmer - Kit for Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Porky - Scaredy Cat (1948)
Sylvester and Tweety - Canary Row (1950)
Sylvester and Tweety - Putty Tat Trouble (1951)
Sylvester and Tweety - Tweetys SOS (1951)