One Hundred Men And A Girl DVD


The daughter of a struggling musician forms a symphony orchestra made up of his unemployed friends and leads them to a radio contract.

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07 March 2011
Dd Home Entertainment 
81 minutes 
Black & White, PAL 
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Exuberant musical comedy starring Deanna Durbin as Patricia Cardwell, a teenaged singing sensation who is determined to do something about the unemployed, destitute status of her father, John (Adolphe Menjou) and the other 99 out-of-work musicians who share their rooming-house. After several entreaties and a few comical misunderstandings, Patricia manages to persuade eminent conductor Leopold Stokowski (who plays himself) to lead the men in a concert - which turns out to be a triumphant success, and leads to the newly-formed orchestra securing a prestigious radio contract.

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