Little Women script
Little Women (1994)
Synopsis: Little Women is a 1994 American family drama film directed by Gillian Armstrong. The screenplay by Robin Swicord is based on the 1868 Louisa May Alcott novel of the same name. It is the fourth feature film adaptation of the Alcott classic, following silent versions released in 1917 and 1918, a 1933 George Cukor-directed release and a 1949 adaptation by Mervyn LeRoy. It was released exclusively on December 21, 1994, and was released nationwide four days later on December 25, 1994, by Columbia Pictures.

JO:

Yes, Auntie.

(00:
07:30)**

(Children singing in the classroom)**

(00:
08:03)**

MR. DAVIS

Thank you very much Ladies. And now I wish you all a very merry

Christmas.

CHILDREN:

Merry Christmas. Good-bye.

MR. DAVIS

School is dismissed.

GIRL:

Margaret.

MR. DAVIS

Amy March, you may close the door.

CIKLD 1/B

That'll teach her not to cut up Didoes.

CIKLD 2/B

Just serves that stuck up Amy March right.

CIKLD 3/B

What's he gonna do to her?

MR. DAVIS

I can see there's nothing for me to do but stop by and show you

mother how, instead of doing your sums, you cover your slate with

sketches_c and most uncomplimentary sketches.

AMY:

Oh, please Mr. Davis. I'll never do it again, sir. And she'd be

so disappointed in me. Please, please.

MR. DAVIS

Well, I should hate to spoil her Christmas. And for that reason

alone, young lady, I shall overlook it.

AMY:

Oh, thank you, Mr. Davis.

MR. DAVIS

You may go.

AMY:

Oh, thank you, Mr. Davis. Thank you very much indeed. Thank you,

sir.0:
9:30

CHILDREN:

Here she is. What did he do? What did you say? O, come on. Tell

us. What happened?

AMY:

I just said that if I ever told my mother the way he treated me

she'd take me out of his old school. She's never been

reconsiliated any way, since my father lost his money. And she's

had to suffer the degaridation of me being with a lot of ill-

mannered girls who stick their noses into refined people's

business.

(Beth singing at the piano at home)**

(00:
10:33)**

BETH:

Oh, Hello. Little tiny little thing. I'll tell you a long story_c

Oh, Hannah, is it tea time? I'll set the table.

HANNAH:

Thank you, Beth. It will be a help to me 'cause my bread's

raised. Girls're getting home early.

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Robin Swicord

Robin Stender Swicord (born October 23, 1952) is an American screenwriter and film director. She is known for literary adaptions.In 2008, her screenplay for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was nominated for Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay and Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay. She wrote the screenplay for the film Memoirs of a Geisha, based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Golden, for which she won a 2005 Satellite Award. Her other screenplay credits include Little Women, Practical Magic, Matilda, The Perez Family, and Shag. more…

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