The Glass Bottom Boat

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Released 1966

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Director:
Frank Tashlin
Released:
1966
Rating:
PG
The Glass Bottom Boat is a 1966 romantic comedy directed by Frank Tashlin and tells the story of Jennifer Nelson (Doris Day), and her blundering romance with a NASA technician, Bruce Templeton (Rod Taylor). Jennifer helps her father (Arthur Godfrey) by entertaining customers, dressing in a skimpy mermaid outfit and swimming underneath his glass bottom boat. One day, as Jennifer is swimming, Bruce unwittingly introduces himself by reeling up the bottom of her mermaid suit while fishing. Left in the water half-naked and irate, Jennifer is not impressed. Realizing the pretty public relations expert is one of his employees at NASA, Bruce plots to win her heart: hiring Jennifer as his full-time biographer. Through a series of comical accidents, Bruce's plans are jeopardized with mishaps involving an inept secret agent named Julius Ritter (Dom DeLuise), and a clumsy chief-of-security, Homer Cripps (Paul Lynde). Featuring cameo appearances by Dick Martin and Eric Flemming, this film is also a musical event, showcasing Day's unforgettable singing voice.moreless
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