Glass Bottom Boat (1966): Frank Tashlin Directs Doris Day

Doris Day entered her eighth (and last) consecutive year as a Top-10 Box-Office Star, when she made The Glass Bottom Boat, Frank Tashlin’s feature that blends not too effectively the romantic comedy and the spy-movie genre.

Tashlin directs with a cartoonist’s sensibility, embracing everything from spy guises to push-button chaos in a futuristic kitchen.

The film also stars top comedians Arthur Godfrey, Paul Lynde, Edward Andrews, John McGiver, Dom DeLuise and Dick Martin.