'The Glass Bottom Boat' (1966)

The comedy, directed by Frank Tashlin, sees <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB001324" title="Doris Day" href="/topic/entertainment/doris-day-PECLB001324.topic">Doris Day</a> as Jennifer Nelson, the widowed daughter of a glass-bottom boat operator who sometimes pretends to be a mermaid to entertain guests. When not swimming around as a mermaid, however, Nelson works for <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV000098" title="NASA" href="/topic/science-technology/space-programs/nasa-ORGOV000098.topic">NASA</a>. She gets caught (literally, by a fishing hook) by Rod Taylor's Bruce Templeton.<br>
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This is when hijinks ensue. Turns out Templeton is her boss, and he has designs on her. Others, however, think she's a spy. There's also an artifical gravity machine.

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The comedy, directed by Frank Tashlin, sees Doris Day as Jennifer Nelson, the widowed daughter of a glass-bottom boat operator who sometimes pretends to be a mermaid to entertain guests. When not swimming around as a mermaid, however, Nelson works for NASA. She gets caught (literally, by a fishing hook) by Rod Taylor's Bruce Templeton.

This is when hijinks ensue. Turns out Templeton is her boss, and he has designs on her. Others, however, think she's a spy. There's also an artifical gravity machine.

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