Segments in this Video

"Little Women": Helping the Poor (03:30)


Rogers witnesses Beth March visiting a German immigrant family. The Hummel baby died from scarlet fever. Jo confesses to Theodore Laurence that Beth may have contract the disease.

"Little Women": Beth has Scarlet Fever (02:58)

The doctor visits and reminds Hannah to burn Beth's clothes. He insists Amy stay with Aunt March.

"Little Women": Beth's Condition Worsens (06:36)

The doctor requests Marmee be informed of Beth's condition. Laurie comforts Jo and tells her he has already telegraphed John Brooke. Beth starts to improve.

"Little Women": Marmee Returns (01:49)

The March girls' father feels better and will be coming home soon. Mr. Laurence gives Beth the piano so she can play while she recovers.

"Little Women": Meg and Brooke's Relationship (04:19)

Meg receives a letter from someone impersonating Brooke; Jo realizes Laurie wrote it. Mr. Laurence asks Jo to help him understand his grandson.

"Little Women": Relationship Conflict (04:09)

Brooke asks Meg what is troubling her. Amy arrives with Aunt March, who threatens to disown Meg if she marries Brooke. Jo tells Laurie she will never want a relationship with him.

Credits: Little Women: Episode 4 (00:57)

Credits: Little Women: Episode 4

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Little Women: Episode 4

Part of the Series : Little Women
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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 four, Beth contracts scarlet fever, Marmee returns from Washington DC, and drama occurs with Meg and Brooke.

Length: 26 minutes

Item#: BVL141188

ISBN: 978-1-64198-223-8

Copyright date: ©1970

Closed Captioned

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