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Ladies and Gents, Miss March

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My first run of Jo March Lit Kids screen prints was completed this week. The pages come from an lovely old edition of Little Women. I did a lot of preliminary drawings for Jo, and I’m still not sure if this one captures her spunky spirit, but they came out pretty nice all the same. And the color palette of mauve, purple and gold on yellowing paper looks absolutely gorgeous.

I was so busy with printing that I forgot about our Wednesday video. How about a scene from the historically inaccurate 1978 TV movie version of Little Women? I mean how “1978 TV movie” is the casting of Susan Dey as Jo and Meredith Baxter Birney as Jo’s sister Meg? Eve Plumb was in this as well (being a Brady Bunch fan, that was the only thing about this production I remember).

4 Thoughts on “Ladies and Gents, Miss March

  1. When are they going to be in the shop? You’re just being a deliberate tease now, aren’t you?! :)

  2. Patience, dear – it’ll probably be ready early next week. I just have to take photos of them framed and, write up the description, set merch and shipping costs.

    I’m not sure if etsy enables shipping overseas, but we can work something out – thanks!

  3. Oh, I hated that version! Heck, I hate any version that strays too far from the narrative book. Don’t mess with the details! The version with Winona Ryder was awful too…too much emphasis on political ideas that were of the Alcott family, not the Marches, at least not so obviously.

    I have to admit that the casting of this 1978 version is pretty amusing. Susan Dey as Jo is too funny! :) And Eve Plumb as Beth…oh wait…she could bring the Marcia Marcia Marcia drama to Beth’s death. But the best of all…SHATNER as Professor Bhaer, Jo’s beloved!!!

    Love your prints, BTW. :)

  4. Thanks, Lisa!

    I can imagine Eve’s big speech – “All I ever hear about is Meg this and Meg that. Meg Meg Meg!” (falls dead)

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