Jo (June Allyson) in her first rather forward visit with Laurie (Peter Lawford), the well-to-do but lonesome young man next door to the March girls of Concord, in MGM's Little Women, 1949, from the Louisa May Alcott novel.
The March sisters together, Jo (Katharine Hepburn), Amy (Joan Bennett), Meg (Frances Dee) and Beth (Jean Parker), discussing their Christmas dollars and Jo's play, early in George Cukor's Little Women, 1933.
Director George Cukor with his introduction of heroine Josephine (Katharine Hepburn), managing her difficult Aunt March (Edna May Oliver), Civil War era Concord, Massachusetts in Little Women, 1933.
Author, producer and performer Jo (Katharine Hepburn) organizing sisters (Joan Bennett, Jean Parker, Frances Dee) for the March family Christmas pageant, staged by George Cukor in Little Women, 1933.
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