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That Certain Age is a 1938 Oscar nominated Universal musical film directed by Edward Ludwig and written by Billy Wilder.
Alice Fullerton is the 15-year-old daughter of newspaper publisher Bill. She becomes involved with a group of boy scouts, who is led by Ken Warren. Ken wants to put up a show to raise money in order to go to scout camp. Alice helps him out with giving him permission to use the family home to rehearse. She is very helpful to them and is eventually given permission to be a part of the act. Meanwhile, Bill offers the house to reporter Vince Bullit, who intends on finishing an article in peace and quiet. Alice fears for her new friends being kicked out of the house and decides to try and scare Vincent away.
She tries to scare Vincent by pretending the house is haunted by evil ghost. However, Vincent sees through the hoax and confronts Alice. She tells him the whole truth. Vincent sympathizes them and decides to leave the house, but Bill doesn't want him to. Alice changes mind when she discovers Vincent is ill. She takes care of him and develops a crush. Ken, who has a crush on Alice, becomes jealous and tries to infuriate her by replacing her with singer Mary...