Segments in this Video

"Little Women": After the Near Drowning (03:45)


Amy March recovers in bed and admires how quickly Theodore Laurence saved her. Jo blames herself for the accident. Marmee discusses how she controls her temper.

"Little Women": Lake Picnic (07:20)

Laurie meets the March girls down by the lake for a picnic. John Brooke wonders where his pupil disappeared to. Meg insists Brooke stays when he finds the group; they all discuss their hopes for the future.

"Little Women": After the Picnic (02:17)

Hannah is insulted by the gift of tea. Brooke will enlist as a soldier. Mr. Laurence rebukes Laurie for sneaking out to go to the picnic.

"Little Women": Jo Meets the Editor (02:04)

The editor will pay for additional stories, but requests it be shorter and spicier. Jo asks for payment to be sent to her home.

"Little Women": Laurie Waits for Jo (03:44)

Jo confesses she was selling a story to the magazine. Laurie reveals that Brooke is in love with Meg. The pair race home.

"Little Women": Unhappy News (03:52)

Marmee receives a telegram that her husband has fallen ill and she must travel to Washington, DC. Mr. Laurence offers the services of Brooke, money, and food for the family. Jo cuts her hair for $25.

Credits: Little Women (00:55)

Credits: Little Women

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Little Women: Episode 3

Part of the Series : Little Women
DVD (Chaptered) Price: $300.00
DVD + 3-Year Streaming Price: $450.00
3-Year Streaming Price: $300.00



This dramatization of Louisa May Alcott's novel is about the lives of the four March sisters. With their father fighting in the American Civil War, Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth are at home with Aunt March and their mother, a very outspoken woman for her time. The story reveals how the sisters learn to navigate love, loss, and the trials of growing up. In episode three, Amy recovers from her accident, Jo meets with an editor and learns John is in love with Meg, and Marmee receives word that her husband is ill.

Length: 25 minutes

Item#: BVL141187

ISBN: 978-1-64198-222-1

Copyright date: ©1970

Closed Captioned

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