Little Women (1933)Little Women is a 'coming of age' drama tracing the lives of four sisters: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy. During the American Civil War, the girls father is away serving as a minister to the troops. The family, headed by thier beloved Marmee, must struggle to make ends meet, with the help of their kind and wealthy neighbor, Mr. Laurence, and his high spirited grandson Laurie.Keywords:
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Directors of "Little Women (1933)"George CukorBirthdate: 7 July 1899, New York City, New York, USA
Creators of "Little Women (1933)"Louisa May AlcottBirthdate: 29 November 1832, Germantown, Pennsylvania, USASarah Y. MasonBirthdate: 31 March 1896, Pima, Arizona, USA
Critic Reviews of "Little Women (1933)"New York TimesMay 20, 2003
The film begins in a gentle fashion and slips away smoothly without any forced attempt to help the finish to linger in the minds of the audience.CinePassionJune 21, 2015
Translucent portrait of the artist as tomboySlant MagazineAugust 06, 2010
One of Hollywood's original chick flicks by one of its original chick flick directors (George Cukor).EmanuelLevy.ComNovember 16, 2006
Cukor directed the second and best of the four screen versions of this classic novel, starring Katharine Hepburn, who gives an extraordinary performance as the sensitive tomboy.Kansas City KansanOctober 16, 2004
Star-graced Cukor production is classic.Decent Films GuideMay 31, 2004
Part comedy of manners, part morality tale, Little Women is more interested in its heroines "conquering themselves" than in a man conquering their hearts.TV GuideJuly 30, 2003
Released during the depths of the Depression, Little Women buoyed Americans' spirits. It still does.San Francisco ExaminerJanuary 17, 2003
A solid adaptation and crisp direction by Cukor.Film Freak CentralNovember 25, 2001
A twee fantasy of frictionless sorority and romantic deaths as scant diversion from the carnage of the Civil War.Filmcritic.comNovember 20, 2001
The third of nine adaptations of the film to date, the 1933 Little Women is nonetheless one of the better versions of the book, and it can be forgiven a lot due to its age and era.Tim Dirks' The Greatest FilmsJanuary 01, 2000
Little Women (1933) is one of the best-made film renditions of the Louisa May Alcott Civil War-era tale of a family of four sisters in New England, from director George Cukor.
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