- Actores: Katharine Hepburn, Joan Bennett, Paul Lukas, Frances Dee, Jean Parker
- Directores: George Cukor
- Formato: PAL
- Audio: Inglés
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): Apta para todos los públicos
- Estudio: Turner Pictures, Inc.
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 29 sept 2009
- Duración: 111.00 minutos
- ASIN: B0053CAO7E
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº3.946 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
Las Cuatro Hermanitas [DVD]
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Cuatro jóvenes hermanas realizan un aprendizaje, a veces doloroso, a veces fascinante, de la vida y del amor. Van creciendo y abandonando, una a una, el hogar familiar para casarse y crear sus propias familias. Sólo se queda Jo, que quiere ser escritora. A pesar de la sensación que tiene de que ya ha terminado su tiempo de felicidad, sigue escribiendo y consigue publicar su primera obra.
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Hepburn won the Cannes International Film Festival award as Best Actress of 1934, and it seems reasonable to suggest that her performance in "Little Women" helped Hepburn win her first Academy Award for "Morning Glory," which had come out the previous year (much as Diane Keaton was helped by having done "Saving Mr. Goodbar" the same year as "Annie Hall" when she won her Oscar). "Little Women" was nominated for Best Picture that year, because the team behind the camera of this RKO film was equally as strong. The film was produced by David O'Selznick and director George Cukor was nominated for an Oscar as well, although surprisingly none of the actors received nominations. The film's one award went to Y. Mason and Victor Heerman, who most deservedly won for Best Screenplay Adaptation.
This is arguably Hepburn's best performance in her first dozen films, although some dismiss it as being too close to home for the actress. It would be decades before critics decided that when Katharine Hepburn played herself no one could equal her, and "Little Women" certainly foreshadows her later successes. It would be nice if at least the sound on this 67 year old film could be restored, but if you can get past it being in black and white this is the "Little Women" to show your children.
Note: Interesting that this video tape is not currently available by itself, but it is as part of a three tape set of Hepburn films. Hmmmm.
It has been awhile since I have seen the 1933 version. Katharine Hepburn as Jo, is always delightful to see. I had a hard time with the archaic status of women portrayed in the March family and certainly of the time. Thank heaven for Jo! There is a glimpse of changes to come, but not for a l o n g time. Marmee is doing a heroic job taking care of her daughters, doing good deeds for the poor, and holding the candle for her husband who has idealistically gone off the civil war to serve as chaplain. Aunt March is quick to remind everyone that he isn't much of a provider. She adds a little relief. The girls do show growing pains with minor arguments and personal flaws. It is, however, an exceedingly saccharine family. We watch them grow up and make their way in the world, as individuals. The virtues learned and practiced by the "little women" and their rich neighbor, his nephew and the tutor are worth while for us all to see and for today's children to take in.
Next year I'll see what updates the 1949 version may have from 1933.