Little Women (1933) was a Drama - Family Film directed by George Cukor and produced by Merian C. Cooper and Kenneth Macgowan.
Academy Awards 1932/33 --- Ceremony Number 6 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Director||George Cukor||Nominated|
|Best Picture||RKO Radio||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Victor Heerman, Sarah Y. Mason||Won|
25 Days of Christmas: Little Women (1933) (1)By Kristen on Dec 26, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film
The last one in my series of reviews on the three filmed adaptations of Little Women in honor of Christmas is the 1933 George Cukor version. ?This one is widely considered the de facto version of Little Women, and watching it after seeing the 1949 version I realized that the latter version is simply... Read full article
Little women, big?entertainment.By Brandie on Jan 14, 2010 From True Classics
Louisa May Alcott’s classic 1868 novel Little Women has been adapted into film multiple times–by most counts, fourteen in all–and some of these versions are not readily available for today’s audiences (notably, the two silent versions from 1917 and 1918).? Of all of them, per... Read full article
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Jo March: Libel, libel! Don't say "label" as if Papa were a pickle bottle.
Amy March: I know what I mean. And you needn't be statirical about it.
[Jo suppresses a laugh at Amy's mispronunciation]
Amy March: It's proper to use good words and improve your vocabillary.
Jo March: [repeated several times] Christopher Columbus!
Jo March: [about her short haircut] Well it's boyish, becoming and easy to maintain.
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"Theater Guild on the Air" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on December 21, 1947 with Katharine Hepburn again reprising her film role.
Louise Closser Hale first performed the role of Aunt March, but after her death on July 26, 1933, in the middle of filming, Edna May Oliver took over the role.
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