Long before she was known as Livia Soprano, she made her television debut as Jo March in a stage & television adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel, Little Women. As Jo March, Nancy delivers a solid performance despite the script's obvious flaws. Despite discrepancies, it is an entertaining to watch a youthful Nancy Marchand for a change. She was such a wonderful versatile actress whether on stage, television, or film. You notice how tall she was and how she towered over her cast mates. They only did Jo and Meg's stories with the same cast for this program. Here she displayed Jo's fierce sense of independence ad determination for her own life.
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