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All present and accounted for, sir.
Thank you, Captain.
As of this moment...
...you are the property of
the Penal Administration of French Guiana.
After serving your full terms in prison...
...those of you with sentences...
...of eight years or more...
...will remain in Guiana...
...as workers and colonists...
...for a period equal
to that of your original sentences.
As for France...
...the nation has disposed of you.
France has rid herself of you altogether.
Forget France and put your clothes on.
Papillon! Papi!
You'll be back, Papillon.
Don't worry, you'll be back.
No, you won't.
You, that way.
Down there. You, too.
Next, over here. Come along.
Come on. Come in here.
You, too.
Over there.
Come along, up there. Hurry up.
You, too. Down.
Down. In there.
In there.
Come along, now. Down.
Come on down. Down there.
Come on, up there.
In there.
We're really something, aren't we?
The only animals in the world
that shove things up their ass for survival.
The first time I shoved one up my gut...
...it infected me so bad
the camp doctor had to cut it out.
He doesn't have any ether...
...so he knocks me out with rum.
Then you know what he did?
He stole it.
A butterfly.
You're Papillon, aren't you?
The bastards gave you life.
Right to the end of the line, they think.
It may not be as long as you think.
Forty percent of us will die...
...the first year out.
They gave him life, too.
The kid's only 18.
Look at him. No wonder he dreams.
He'll never make it.
But a man like you could make it...
...if you have enough money.
How long were you there?
Nine years of work camp...
...nine years a colonist.
You were outside the walls.
Why didn't you run?
There's no place to run to.
You're out in the middle of a swamp,
1,000 miles from no place.
Now, if you've got a lot of money
that's a different thing.
I mean, you take somebody
like Dega there. Back there.
Louis Dega.
The best counterfeiter in France.
National Defense Bonds.
-Series of 1928.
Now, if you've got money like he has,
there's a chance to buy your way out.
That is unless somebody cuts
his guts open first to get at all that cash.
Everybody up! Let's go!
Everybody up!
Come on, everybody up! Let's go!
Let's go!
Mind if I sit down here?
If you wish.
You're Dega, aren't ya? Louis Dega?
Sorry to see you here.
I presume most of us have earned
our passage.
You're Papillon. You got life for killing
a pimp. Then you had the bad taste...
...to tell the prosecutor you were going
to escape and kill him, too.
I was framed. I'm innocent.
No one is innocent.
I'm no pimp killer, for Christ's sake.
I'm a safecracker.
And that's a profession of which
I thoroughly disapprove.
I put almost everything I had
into National Defense Bonds.
Series of 1928.
Your instincts were sound.
How much did you lose?
I wouldn't put my money on those bonds.
Not any more than you would.
I'm relieved to hear that.
If that's true,
why are we having this little chat?
Every convict on this ship knows
who you are.
Any of them would slit you open to
reach inside and get what you're carrying.
You need protection.
From you?
Remember what the chicken said
to the weasel?
If he was a healthy weasel, the chicken
didn't get a chance to say anything.
Think about that.
Hose down!
Come on, off your asses! Hose down!
Come on, you've got a fever.
Do what I tell ya.
Come on.
I've got a question.
If I wanted to get a boat when I got there,
a small boat, maybe a 15-footer...
...how much would it cost?
I don't know. Fr 3,500, Fr 4,500, maybe.
It all depends.
What if I could pick up the money
to buy one?
Then I guess you'd have yourself a boat.
You know the country.
You and I could make it out of there. Huh?
The answer is no. Nothing against you,
but the answer is no.
If I've gotta go to solitary for
some half-assed escape that didn't work...
...l want the mistake to be mine,

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