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The Glass Bottom Boat (9-Jun-1966)

Director: Frank Tashlin

Writer: Everett Freeman

Music by: Frank De Vol

Producers: Martin Melcher; Everett Freeman

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Edward Andrews
Actor
9-Oct-1914 8-Mar-1985 Sixteen Candles
Ellen Corby
Actor
3-Jun-1911 14-Apr-1999 Grandma on The Waltons
Doris Day
Actor
3-Apr-1924   The Man Who Knew Too Much
Dom DeLuise
Actor
1-Aug-1933 4-May-2009 Cannonball Run
Eric Fleming
Actor
4-Jul-1925 28-Sep-1966 Gil Favor on Rawhide
Arthur Godfrey
Actor
31-Aug-1903 16-Mar-1983 Arthur Godfrey and His Friends
Paul Lynde
Comic
13-Jun-1926 10-Jan-1982 Hollywood Square
Dick Martin
Comic
30-Jan-1922 24-May-2008 Laugh-In
John McGiver
Actor
5-Nov-1913 9-Sep-1975 Midnight Cowboy
Alice Pearce
Actor
16-Oct-1917 3-Mar-1966 Gladys Kravitz in Bewitched
Rod Taylor
Actor
11-Jan-1930   The Time Machine
George Tobias
Actor
14-Jul-1901 27-Feb-1980 Abner Kravitz on Bewitched

CAST

Starring
Doris Day   ...   Jennifer Nelson
Rod Taylor   ...   Bruce Templeton
Arthur Godfrey   ...   Axel Nordstrom
Also Starring
John McGiver   ...   Ralph Goodwin
Paul Lynde   ...   Homer Cripps
Edward Andrews   ...   Gen. Wallace Bleecker
Eric Fleming   ...   Edgar Hill
Dom DeLuise   ...   Julius Pritter
Elisabeth Fraser   ...   Nina Bailey
and
Dick Martin   ...   Zack Molloy
with
George Tobias   ...   Mr. Fenimore
Alice Pearce   ...   Mrs. Fenimore
Ellen Corby   ...   Anna Miller
Dee J. Thompson   ...   Donna

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