Corrected entry: When the March sisters decide to give their Christmas breakfast to the Hummels, Amy places an orange on the loaf of bread. An orange would be impossible to get in Massachusetts in the middle of the Civil War.
Corrected entry: When Laurie kisses Jo, a large and long, noticeable slather of drool snaps between their lips as they break apart.
Corrected entry: As usual, the producers of 'Little Women' cut corners by having Germans played by English native speakers. The Hummels speak good, but not perfect German, and Friedrich Bhaer, who speaks only English in the movie, pronounces the (admittedly difficult) Goethe in a rather revealing way.
Corrected entry: When Jo is kissing [who?] behind the set at the opera the camera cuts away, and when they come back their heads are turned in the opposite direction even though it is supposedly the same moment of the kiss.
Corrected entry: When Jo is in New York and bumps in to Professor Bear, she has gloves on, and doesn't take them off in that scene. But in the next scene, Bear says "I knew you were a writer when I first met." or something along those lines,and then she asks "How?" and he points out the ink on her hands. If she had gloves on when they first met, how did he see the ink on her fingers?