Meet Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg. They’re the March sisters, the Little Women of Mervyn LeRoy’s Academy Award®-winning* Technicolor® version of the cherished Louisa May Alcott novel. Set during the Civil War, it chronicles the Marches’ lives and loves, underscoring the era’s expectations about a woman’s place in the world. Golden-tressed Elizabeth Taylor portrays pretentious Amy, Janet Leigh is earnest Meg, and Margaret O’Brien is dear, tragedy-stricken Beth. June Allyson plays spunky Jo, resolved to be a writer but unaware that the elusive muse she seeks is the life she shares with her sisters and mother (Mary Astor). A movie of “admirable beauty” (New York Post) and irresistible warmth, Little Women looms large.

Meet Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg. They’re the March sisters, the Little Women of Mervyn LeRoy’s Academy Award®-winning* Technicolor® version of the cherished Louisa May Alcott novel. Set during the Civil War, it chronicles the Marches’ lives and loves, underscoring the era’s expectations about a woman’s place in the world. Golden-tressed Elizabeth Taylor portrays pretentious Amy, Janet Leigh is earnest Meg, and Margaret O’Brien is dear, tragedy-stricken Beth. June Allyson plays spunky Jo, resolved to be a writer but unaware that the elusive muse she seeks is the life she shares with her sisters and mother (Mary Astor). A movie of “admirable beauty” (New York Post) and irresistible warmth, Little Women looms large.

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Meet Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg. They’re the March sisters, the Little Women of Mervyn LeRoy’s Academy Award®-winning* Technicolor® version of the cherished Louisa May Alcott novel. Set during the Civil War, it chronicles the Marches’ lives and loves, underscoring the era’s expectations about a woman’s place in the world. Golden-tressed Elizabeth Taylor portrays pretentious Amy, Janet Leigh is earnest Meg, and Margaret O’Brien is dear, tragedy-stricken Beth. June Allyson plays spunky Jo, resolved to be a writer but unaware that the elusive muse she seeks is the life she shares with her sisters and mother (Mary Astor). A movie of “admirable beauty” (New York Post) and irresistible warmth, Little Women looms large.