The Glass Bottom Boat

  • 1966
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

Day, a public relations worker at a space laboratory, gets caught up (accidentally, of course) in the world of spy secrets and espionage in this wacky comedy. Taylor's her boss, a whiz technician who falls for Day and contrives to have her write a biography of him so she'll always be close to him. Between calling up her dog Vladimir on the phone (the ring...read more

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Day, a public relations worker at a space laboratory, gets caught up (accidentally, of course) in the world of spy secrets and espionage in this wacky comedy. Taylor's her boss, a whiz technician who falls for Day and contrives to have her write a biography of him so she'll always be close

to him. Between calling up her dog Vladimir on the phone (the ring cues him to exercise) and burning all paper as instructed, Day quickly becomes suspected as a Soviet spy. The wonderful supporting cast includes DeLuise as an inept spy and Lynde as a security agent who is suspicious of Day. Watch

for a brief cameo by Robert Vaughn, playing Napoleon Solo from "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." television series. Day also sings "Que Sera, Sera," (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans), which quickly became her theme song. Other songs: "The Glass Bottom Boat," (Joe Lubin), "Soft As the Starlight," (Lubin, Jerome

Howard). Snappy direction from Tashlin.

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