Glass Bottom Boat, The - (Original Trailer)
Doris Day is mistaken for a Russian spy in The Glass Bottom Boat (1966) co-starring Rod Taylor.
Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Hunting For Mermaids
Opening vignette clarifies the title, Arthur Godfrey as tour-boat operator Axel, Doris Day his daughter in costume as a part time helper, and Rod Taylor as a recreational fisherman, in The Glass Bottom Boat, 1966, directed by Jerry Lewis-comedy veteran Frank Tashlin.
Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Approach This Scientifically
At the palatial modern home of scientist Templeton (Rod Taylor), Jennifer (Doris Day), whose been hired to write his biography, has just met bumbling sound-technician (Dom DeLuise, in his second movie role), and they have a big slapstick accident, directed by Frank Tashlin, in The Glass Bottom Boat, 1966.
Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song, Que Sera Sera
Rod Taylor as scientist Bruce is now socializing with his assistant-biographer Jennifer (Doris Day), who joins in a duet of the title song (by Joe Lubin) and her own standard, with her dad, played by Arthur Godfrey, long-time radio and TV personality, known for his ukulele bits, in The Glass Bottom Boat, 1966.
Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966) -- (Movie Clip) Okay, Vladimir!
Doris Day as Jennifer has her status established in conversation with Donna (Dee J. Thompson), on her first day as a tour guide at the lab run by big time scientist Templeton (Rod Taylor), whom she met at her part-time job, as a mermaid, Paul Lynde the security guard, early in The Glass Bottom Boat, 1966.