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The Glass Bottom Boat

The Glass Bottom Boat

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Doris Day entered her eighth consecutive year as a Top-10 Box-Office Star when she boarded The Glass Bottom Boat, a hilarious blending of romantic comedy and the era's burgeoning spy-movie genre.

Day plays Girl Friday Jennifer at a hush-hush aeronautics think tank. When colleagues suspect she's an espionage agent, Jennifer chaotically sets out to clear her name. Looney Tunes alumnus Frank Tashlin directs with a cartoonist's sensibility - or zany insensibility - embracing everything from spy guises to push-button chaos in a futuristic kitchen. With top comedians Arthur Godfrey, Paul Lynde, Edward Andrews, John McGiver, Dom DeLuise and Dick Martin in tow, The Glass Bottom Boat is loaded top to bottom with see-through fun.

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    Title: The Glass Bottom Boat
    Genre: Comedy-Classic, Comedy-Romantic Comedy
    Starring: Doris Day, Doris Day & Pat Boone, Rod Taylor, Paul Lynde
    Director: Frank Tashlin
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand
    Release Date: 8/2/2016
    Original Year: 1966
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 1000628981
    UPC: 888574432478
    Item #: 1736863X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 8/2/2016
    Run Time: 110 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives