Deanna Durbin shines in 100 Men and a Girl, a delightful story of an inventive and determined young woman who will stop at nothing to get what she wants. The daughter of an unemployed musician, Patricia Cardwell (Durbin), decides she will persuade conductor Leopold Stokowski to help her launch an orchestra that will employ her widowed father and 99 other out-of-work musicians. Though faced with this seemingly impossible task, Patricia leads her unemployed orchestra to the home of the unsuspecting Stokowski and conducts them in Liszt's "Second Hungarian Rhapsody" from the top of his staircase. His reaction is priceless, as are the numerous musical numbers including "It's Raining Sunbeams" and "A Heart That's Free". This enchanting musical treat is a triumphant celebration of Hollywood and a tribute to one of the cinema's best-loved stars.