Little Women
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Jo: I go around throwing away perfectly good marriage proposals.

Beth: I'm so full of happiness, that if Father was only here, I couldn't hold one drop more.

Jo: Teddy? Oh, this is magic.
Laurie: Jo, you are absolutely.
Jo: Covered in flour! Oh dear.

Beth: If God wants me with Him, there is none who will stop Him. I don't mind. I was never like the rest of you... making plans about the great things I'd do. I never saw myself as anything much. Not a great writer like you.
Jo: Beth, I'm not a great writer.
Beth: But you will be. Oh, Jo, I've missed you so. Why does everyone want to go away? I love being home. But I don't like being left behind. Now I am the one going ahead. I am not afraid. I can be brave like you.

Jo: Teddy, please don't ask me.

Jo: Now we are all family, as we always should have been.

Marmee: Cricket. Marmee's here. Icy cold. Jo, fetch a bowl with water, vinegar and some rags. Meg, my kit. We must draw the fever down from her head.

Amy: We'll all grow up one day, Meg. We might as well know what we want.

Josephine 'Jo' March: Doesn't he have a noble brow? If I were a boy I'd want to look just like that.

Josephine 'Jo' March: If lack of attention to personal finances is a mark of refinement, then I say the Marches must be the most elegant family in Concord.

Friedrich Bhaer: I am going to the west. They need teachers and they are not so concerned about the accent.
Jo March: I don't mind it either.

Laurie: I'm quite taken by that one.
Jo: That's Meg.
Laurie: Meg.
Jo: That's my sister. She's completely bald in front.

Continuity mistake: When Laurie sees Amy painting in Europe, in his closeup he takes the cigarette out of his mouth and throws it on the ground. But in the next shot, with Amy in the foreground, as Laurie is walking towards her in the background, notice how he, once again, removes the cigarette from his mouth and throws it on the ground. (01:21:45)

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Trivia: In reality the girls' father, Amos Bronson Alcott, was never in the war nor wounded. However, Jo (Louisa May Alcott, the author of Little Women) was a nurse in Washington D.C. in 1862 and when she fell ill it was her father who had to go to Washington to get her.

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Question: What book is Jo reading to Aunt March before she falls asleep?

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Chosen answer: From what I heard of the text, it's The Bible.

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