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Little Women (1949) Poster

(1949)

Goofs

Anachronisms 

As Marmee is watching the girls leave to shop for Christmas presents, a modern zipper is visible up the back of her dress.
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At the ball, one of the tunes being played is the Pig Song from Johann Strauss II's "The Gypsy Baron" (1885).
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Continuity 

The first time we see Jo pick up a pen to write, she uses her left hand, but when she is signing her name to the novel "My Beth", she uses her right.
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When Jo gives Beth the music box we see Beth open it, then in the next shot we see her open it again.
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When Mr. Bhaer is reading Jo's writings, the pinky ring disappears and reappears on his left hand.
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Crew or equipment visible 

Marmee is checking on the girls to make sure they are asleep. She picks up the "oil" lamp at the top of the stairs and the electric cord is visible running along her sleeve for a moment.
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Revealing mistakes 

At breakfast with popovers, they are served coffee. The actress holds the handle with a pot holder, yet holds the spout end with her bare hand. Is one hand numb to heat and the other is not?
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When Jo checks in on her sleeping sisters, Amy has a clothes-pin on her nose, yet her mouth is closed, too. How is she breathing?
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Laurie ask Jo how many lumps she wants in her tea and she says three. You can see it's normal sugar and Laurie put four spoons of sugar in the tea.
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When Laurie stalks off after Jo rejects his marriage proposal, his shadow is visible on the backdrop that is supposed to make it look like they are sitting outdoors.
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