Cinema: The New Pictures: Nov. 27, 1933

Little Women (RKO). A scene in which four adolescent girls dressed in too many petticoats cluster around their mother and tearfully promise to obey their absent father's admonition to behave like little women does not sound like one which would excite a contemporary U. S. cinema audience. Neither does one in which the same four are to be seen squeaking and yapping near their Christmas breakfast table, out of enthusiasm for the idea of presenting their sausages to the poor family down the road. The charm that surrounds such episodes in this...

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