All I remember from this 1930’s/40’s Black & White movie is a scene where the girl, I think she’s a blonde, gets support by the workers of the factory or garage she owns. I’m not sure if it’s something about airplanes, but she’s facing some economic or production related problem and the workers, all male, support her and stand for her.
Here’s a quick sketch, with no details, of the only scene I remember. They are all inside a factory or garage which the girl owns (I think her father died and she took charge); she’s having some difficulties and the workingmen express their support to her. There’s a big gate behind her.
Thanks in advance
Anne One Hundred (1933)?