The March sisters grow up amid the turmoil of the American Civil War. There is Meg, the eldest, plump and fair; Jo, the tomboy who longs to be a writer; Beth, shy, timid, and delicate; and Amy, the youngest and brightest. The household is presided over by Mrs March, who tries to ... read full description below.
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Louisa May Alcott paints a vivid portrait of New England at the time of the American Civil War in this touching classic. With their loving father away at the front, times are particularly difficult for the four March girls and their mother, left at home. Despite these hardships, the little women --Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth--never lose faith, remaining ever cheerful with a generosity of spirit to warm even the coldest of hearts.
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Among Lorelei King's many stage credits are Blues for Mister Charlie, The Manchurian Candidate, and Death of a Salesman. Her film appearances include Notting Hill, and her television credits include Cold Feet, Chef!, and Jonathan Creek. She also works extensively in radio.