Segments in this Video

"Little Women": Aunt March Visits (04:01)


Meg March remains cold to her new husband, John Brooke. Marmee tells the March girls that Amy has been selected to travel to Europe as a companion; Jo complains.

"Little Women": Meg and Brooke Make Up (03:16)

Marmee explains to Jo why Aunt March did not choose her as a companion. Amy decides she will discover if she can paint for a living while in Italy.

"Little Women": Amy Departs (03:10)

Amy says goodbye to her family and Theodore Laurence. Beth feels ill while in the woods and Laurie escorts her home.

"Little Women": Letter from Amy (05:39)

Beth returns home and Marmee worries that something is wrong. Laurie visits and plays the piano for Beth. Jo overhears and complains about his flirting nature.

"Little Women": Beth Cries (03:39)

Beth worries she has nothing to talk about with Laurie. Jo decides to travel to New York City to improve her writing and find a job. Beth insists she is not ill.

"Little Women": In New York City (03:19)

Jo meets Professor Bhaer, whom she mistakes as a porter. Mrs. Kirke shows Jo the nursery where she is to care for the Kirke's children. Professor Bhaer offers to escort Jo to tea.

Credits: Little Women: Episode 6 (00:53)

Credits: Little Women: Episode 6

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Little Women: Episode 6

Part of the Series : Little Women
DVD (Chaptered) Price: $300.00
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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 six, Amy is selected as a companion and will travel to Italy. Jo decides to go to New York where she meets Professor Bhaer.

Length: 26 minutes

Item#: BVL141190

ISBN: 978-1-64198-225-2

Copyright date: ©1970

Closed Captioned

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