Goofs from Little Women
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- Sometimes Emma Watson's natural British accent is evident when she speaks, though this happened in other scenes and was featured in minimal scope.
- When Friedrich is reading Jo's stories and offering his critiques, he alternates between holding a newspaper clipping and a book, depending on the camera angle.
- When Amy is scolding Laurie on New Year's Eve, Laurie's tie goes from only hanging on one side of his collar to hanging evenly on both sides of his collar.
- When Amy is sitting at Aunt March's feet, one of Amy's braids alternates between being on her shoulder or behind her shoulder depending on the camera angle before Aunt March actually moves the braid over Amy's shoulder.
- It does not take 20 yards of fabric to make a dress, even a big dress of that era; it would take 7 or 8 yards, tops.
- Amy uses the term "marry rich," which did not exist in 1864. The term used would have been "marry well," which appears several times in Alcott's text.
- Saoirse Ronan's natural Irish accent is sometimes momentarily audible when Jo is angry and shouting.
- Jo wakes up in her chair seeing that Beth was no longer on the bed beside her. She goes downstairs and learns that Beth has died. No one even bothered to wake Jo when Beth died or when Beth's body was being removed from the bed.
- (at approx. 01:09:50) When Beth says "...and before anyone knew or paid you" to Jo, her mouth is not moving.
- At the party on the beginning of the movie the music played was Waltz no.15 op. 39 by Johannes Brahms, which was published in 1866, and the party was in 1861.
- A plastic water bottle and Hydro Flask appear in the Laurence's study.