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The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Frank Tashlin and produced by Martin Melcher and Everett Freeman.

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On Blu-ray: Doris Day and Rod Taylor in The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)

By KC on May 14, 2019 From Classic Movies

I wrote this review days before the legendary Doris Day passed on. It is in a way a tribute to her charm and talent, because every word I've ever written about her has been a tribute. She was the living embodiment of sunshine and so phenomenally talented. Produced in the last decade of Doris Day... Read full article


TV/Movie Set - The Glass Bottom Boat ( 1966 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Aug 8, 2015 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Spy fever was in full heat in the mid-1960s, what with the success of James Bond in the theatres and television shows such as Mission Impossible and The Man from UNCLE. It's no wonder then that even Doris Day was thrust into a spy adventure. In 1966 Universal Pictures cast her and Rod Taylor in a fi... Read full article


TV/Movie Set - The Glass Bottom Boat ( 1966 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Aug 8, 2015 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Spy fever was in full heat in the mid-1960s, what with the success of James Bond in the theatres and television shows such as Mission Impossible and The Man from UNCLE. It's no wonder then that even Doris Day was thrust into a spy adventure. In 1966 Universal Pictures cast her and Rod Taylor in a fi... Read full article


TV/Movie Set - The Glass Bottom Boat ( 1966 )

By The Metzinger Sisters on Aug 8, 2015 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers

Spy fever was in full heat in the mid-1960s, what with the success of James Bond in the theatres and television shows such as Mission Impossible and The Man from UNCLE. It's no wonder then that even Doris Day was thrust into a spy adventure. In 1966 Universal Pictures cast her and Rod Taylor in a fi... Read full article


The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)

By Lindsey on Mar 26, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

The Glass Bottom Boat (1966): 4/5 Doris Day and Rod Taylor star in this space age romantic comedy. Taylor is Bruce Templeton, an aerospace researcher. Day is Jennifer Nelson, a part-time “mermaid” and NASA employee who catches Bruce’s eye. The two meet while she’s on the job ... Read full article


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Zack Malloy: You wouldn't hit a coward, would you?


Bruce Templeton: ...And I'm partial to blonde foreign agents. Is that it?


Axel Nordstrom: Look out Jenny! Look out!
Jennifer Nelson: Hey! Out of the way!


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The last picture of Alice Pearce, who passed away on March 3rd, 1966 of ovarian cancer at the age of 48 - just three months before "The Glass Bottom Boat" had its premiere.
The set that appears in this film as NASA scientist Rod Taylor's home was later recycled as the bad guys' headquarters in the "Concrete Overcoat Affair," a two-part episode of TV's The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Alice Pearce and George Tobias appear as a married couple. They were also husband and wife in Bewitched (1964).
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