Directed by Blake Edwards
During WWII, the submarine Sea Tiger is damaged. The sub's Commander Matt Sherman (Cary Grant) looks the other way when misfit Lieutenant Nicholas Holden (Tony Curtis) uses his crafty, scrounging ways to acquire parts for the sub. When they are finally on their way again and stop at an island, Lieutenant Holden manages to bring aboard five stranded nurses, several pregnant Filipino women, assorted children, a goat, and a hog. To liven up the mix, Nurse Crandell (Joan O'Brien) is terribly accident-prone. Nurse Duran (Dina Merrill) falls in love with Lt. Holden, though he already has two fiancées.
With all supplies at a minimum, even the talented Lt. Holden can only come up with nothing but red and white paint for the Sea Tiger, resulting in a bright pink submarine. The Navy knows nothing about a colorful submarine in their fleet, and soon they are being chased by both the Japanese and the US Navy.
Bob has two great moments with Cary Grant.