Nominated for two Academy Awards, That Certain Age sees Deanna Durbin at her musical best in a very funny tale of unrequited love.
After being wounded covering the Spanish Civil War, dashing newspaper reporter Vincent Bullit (Melvyn Douglas) convalesces at his boss's guesthouse. Unfortunately, the boss's daughter Alice (Deanna Durbin) and her teenage friends were using the house to rehearse their play. They decide to make life unbearable for the hapless Bullit - hoping he'll take the hint and go away!
Bullit agrees to go. He'd much rather enjoy the bright lights of New York City anyway. However, there's just one snag. Alice has now developed a huge crush on the reporter and is determined to do everything in her power to make him stay.
That Certain Age is one of Deanna Durbin's most outstanding musicals, featuring fine songs including "Be a Good Scout", "Les Filles de Cadiz", "You're as Pretty as a Picture", "Juliet's Waltz Song" and "That Certain Age" - as well as the Oscar-nominated "My Own".