Little Women (1933) Poster



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Version of 

Little Women (1917)
Little Women (1918)
Little Women (1946) (TV Movie)
Little Women (1949)
Little Women (1950) (TV Series)
Encounter: Little Women (1955) (TV Episode)
Matinee Theatre: Little Women (1956) (TV Episode)
Little Women (1958) (TV Series)
Little Women (1958) (TV Movie)
Mulherzinhas (1959) (TV Series)
Novela: Mujercitas (1964) (TV Episode)
Little Women (1970) (TV Mini-Series)
Mujercitas (1973)
Little Women: Episode #1.1 (1978) (TV Episode)
Little Women (1978) (TV Mini-Series)
Little Women (1981) (TV Series)
Little Women (1987) (TV Series)
Quattro piccole donne (1989) (TV Series)
Little Women (1994)
Great Performances: Little Women (2001) (TV Episode)
Küçük Kadinlar (2008) (TV Series)
Little Women (2019)

Referenced in 

Strictly Dynamite (1934)
title seen on marquee during montage
Have You Got Any Castles? (1938) (Short)
Book Revue (1946) (Short)
title seen on book cover
Hollywood Hist-o-Rama: Katharine Hepburn (1962) (TV Episode)
Mentioned as part of Katharine Hepburn's filmography.
Get Smart: The Return of the Ancient Mariner (1968) (TV Episode)
Max asks Larabee, "Who wrote 'Little Women'?" to which Larabee responds, "The book or the picture?"
The Bugaloos: Today, I'm a Firefly (1970) (TV Episode)
After being hit by a shrink-ray, Benita Bizarre complains, "I look like an ad for Little Women!"
Saturday Night Live: Margot Kidder/The Chieftains (1979) (TV Episode)
The show starts with a promo for 'Little Women and Big Basketball Players'
The 53rd Annual Academy Awards (1981) (TV Special)
Anne of Avonlea (1987) (TV Mini-Series)
The line Hattie Pringle says about not wanting to bruise herself fainting on stage was first said, by the character "Amy" in Louisa May Alcott's novel, "Little Women".
The Wonder Years: The Little Women (1993) (TV Episode)
title reference
Complicated Women (2003) (TV Movie)
Brothers & Sisters: Date Night (2006) (TV Episode)
Nora says she's watching "the original" Little Women; she probably means this version.

Featured in 

Hollywood: The Selznick Years (1969) (TV Movie)
Hepburn talks about selling her hair to a wigmaker
A Night at the Movies: Merry Christmas! (2011) (TV Movie)
clips, stills and poster shown, discussed

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