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The Glass Bottom Boat

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Even in fast forward I could tell this was another inane Doris Day flick, partially redeemed by a brief appearance of a 1965 Imperial.

Below are several still pictures from the movie.  In order to play, just click any of the pictures below--click on a small picture for a small (900 K) movie, or a large picture to view a larger, high quality clip suitable for viewing in "full-screen" mode; file size is 7 Meg.  Left click to view the movie directly, or save to your hard drive by right-clicking and selecting "Save Target As".  If you need help viewing, go to our "How To Play Imperial Movies" page.  Enjoy!



Dick Martin is out of control at the wheel of a '65 Imperial, in a race with a Jaguar E-type.
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Both cars come speeding towards Doris Day's house...
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...with the Imperial crashing through her garage door.
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Dick Martin trips as Edward Andrews chases him. Close-up view of the Imperial clearly shows it to be a '65.
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