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"Little Women": Episode 7: Introduction (03:00)


After visiting Mrs. Hummel, Theodore Laurence arrives to drive Beth March to her next appointment. Hannah worries that Beth is ill. Professor Bhaer tries to remember characteristics about Jo's sisters and offers to teach her German in exchange for her darning his socks.

"Little Women": Beth Falls Ill (04:45)

The doctor insists that Beth rests and not strain her eyes, hoping she makes a full recovery. Marmee decides to not tell Jo about Beth's illness. Bhaer rebukes Jo's story written in "The Volcano" and throws the newspaper into the fire.

"Little Women": Lingering Illness (01:54)

Mr. Laurence is worried the doctor is not providing proper care for Beth. Beth refuses to allow Laurie to visit and will not share her feelings with Marmee.

"Little Women": Leaving New York (02:24)

Jo learns about Beth, decides to return to Concord and asks Professor Bhaer to visit. Laurie graduates in a month. Professor Bhaer declines the invitation.

"Little Women": Back in Concord (05:11)

Beth tells Jo she is dying, asks her not to tell Marmee, and to care for Laurie when she is gone. Laurie confesses his feelings. Jo insists she will never marry him.

"Little Women": Proposal Rejection (02:51)

Beth worries about Jo and Laurie's relationship. Mr. Laurence offers to travel abroad to help mend Laurie's broken heart.

"Little Women": In Europe (04:25)

After Aunt March decides to take a nap and insists that Amy complete her sketch; Laurie visits. Beth becomes iller and Jo insists the family send for a doctor.

Credits: Little Women: Episode 7 (00:51)

Credits: Little Women: Episode 7

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Little Women: Episode 7

Part of the Series : Little Women
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Louisa May Alcott's autobiographical account of her life with her three sisters in Concord, Massachusetts in the 1860s. With their father fighting in the American Civil War, sisters Jo, Meg, Amy and Beth are at home with their mother, a very outspoken women for her time. The story tells of how the sisters grow up, find love and find their place in the world. In this episode, Beth falls ill and Laurie confesses his feelings to Jo.

Length: 26 minutes

Item#: BVL141191

ISBN: 978-1-64198-226-9

Copyright date: ©1970

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