In her classic 1868 novel about love, family and the female spirit, Louisa May Alcott told the domestic saga of the March family. They are a mother and four daughters growing up in Civil War New England, caught in the enchanting years between girlhood and womanhood. This critically acclaimed film is a glowing depiction of 19th century family life, with a tribute to feminine strength and independence still pertinent today. © 1994 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.



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