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* DubNameChange: The HarmonyGold dub of the 1980 anime special dubs his name as ''Rory''. Assumingly, this is due to [[JapaneseRanguage Japan having the same characters for "L" and "R".]][[note]]Were the translators too lazy to read a summary?[[/note]]

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* DubNameChange: The HarmonyGold ''Harmony Gold'' dub of the 1980 anime special dubs his name as ''Rory''. Assumingly, this is due to [[JapaneseRanguage Japan having the same characters for "L" and "R".]][[note]]Were the translators too lazy to read a summary?[[/note]]

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* AdaptationalBadass: The 1949 film version has him lie about his age to fight in the war, before getting injured and sent to live with his grandfather.


* AdaptationDyeJob: In the 1978 miniseries, she's blonde, while most other adaptations give her mousy brown/dark brown hair.



* PreachersKid: While all four of the girls are this by technicality, Beth fits the 'Angelic' variant the best, while the others don't fit into either catagory.

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* PreachersKid: While all four of the girls are this by technicality, Beth fits the 'Angelic' variant the best, while the others don't fit into either catagory.category.


* AdaptationDyeJob:
** In the 1949 film, she's blonde.

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* AdaptationDyeJob:
AdaptationDyeJob: Meg is prone to this the most
** In the 1949 film, film and 1978 miniseries, she's blonde.



** In the 1987 anime, her hair is dark blonde, contrasting to how she is [[BrainyBrunette usually portrayed]]

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** In the 1987 anime, her hair is dark blonde, contrasting to how she is [[BrainyBrunette usually portrayed]]blonde.



* HotTeacher: Kind of. She works as a governess for a rich family, and is the most beautiful of the sisters before Amy grows up.

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* HotTeacher: Kind of. She works as a governess for a rich family, and is the most beautiful of the sisters before Amy grows up.


* ProperLady: Impeccably good, dutiful and lady-like. This provides much contrast with rebellious tomboy Jo, insecure FragileFlower Beth, and SpoiledBrat Amy.

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* ProperLady: Impeccably good, dutiful and lady-like. This provides much contrast with rebellious tomboy Jo, insecure FragileFlower ShrinkingViolet Beth, and SpoiledBrat Amy.



%%* FragileFlower


* {{Tuckerization}}: While all four March girls are based Louisa May Alcott's sisters and herself, Beth is the only one that was directly named after one of them, [[spoiler: and the only one who died before the book's publication.]]

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* {{Tuckerization}}: While all four March girls are based on Louisa May Alcott's sisters and herself, Beth is the only one that was directly named after one of them, [[spoiler: and the only one who died before the book's publication.]]


* {{Tuckerization}}: Named for Louisa May Alcott's sister, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, the only one of her three sisters to have this [[spoiler: and the only one who died before the book's publication.]]

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* {{Tuckerization}}: Named for While all four March girls are based Louisa May Alcott's sister, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, sisters and herself, Beth is the only one that was directly named after one of her three sisters to have this them, [[spoiler: and the only one who died before the book's publication.]]


* BigBrotherBully: He loves Daisy, but if he told her to jump off a bridge, she'd do it. And if he got into his head some sort of fanciful idea about jumping off bridges, he would probably ask.
** In the anime, [[AdaptationalNiceGuy his bullying is almost non-existent]], and usually pressured into it by Tommy Bangs.

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* BigBrotherBully: He loves Daisy, but if he told her to jump off a bridge, she'd do it. And if he got into his head some sort of fanciful idea about jumping off bridges, he would probably ask.
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ask. In the anime, [[AdaptationalNiceGuy his bullying is almost non-existent]], and usually pressured into it by Tommy Bangs.


* TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: She's rebellious and hates the idea of romance in real life (initially), but she actually likes romance novels.



* FragileFlower

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* %%* FragileFlower


* LethalChef: That time she invites Laurie for dinner and tries to cook, making a horrible mess.
** She does get better later on, though.

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* LethalChef: That time she invites Laurie for dinner and tries to cook, making a horrible mess.
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mess. She does get better later on, though.


* AdaptationNameChange: A minor one. The 1981 anime pronounces her name as ''Emmy'' (written as エミー in katakana), while most Japanese adaptations keep Amy's name the same (written as エイミー in katakana). This only applies to pronunciation, since Amy's name is still written in English as Amy.
** The Italain dub of the same anime also state's Amy's full name is ''Amanda'', when Amy is her full name.

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* AdaptationNameChange: AdaptationNameChange:
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A minor one. The 1981 anime pronounces her name as ''Emmy'' (written as エミー in katakana), while most Japanese adaptations keep Amy's name the same (written as エイミー in katakana). This only applies to pronunciation, since Amy's name is still written in English as Amy.
** The Italain Italian dub of the same anime also state's states Amy's full name is ''Amanda'', when while Amy is her full name.nickname.


* {{Tuckerization}}: Named for Louisa May Alcott's sister, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, the only one of her three sisters to have this.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: Named for Louisa May Alcott's sister, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, the only one of her three sisters to have this. this [[spoiler: and the only one who died before the book's publication.]]


** In the 1949 film, she's blonde.
** In the 1981 anime, her hair is jet black.



** In the 1981 anime, her hair is jet black.



* BrainyBrunette: Downplayed when compared to Jo, but she knows quite a bit herself considering she works as a governess.



* HotTeacher: Kind of. She works as a tutor for a rich family, and is the most beautiful of the sisters.

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* HotTeacher: Kind of. She works as a tutor governess for a rich family, and is the most beautiful of the sisters.sisters before Amy grows up.



** She does get better later on, though.



* TomboyishPonytail: In the 1987 anime, her hair is in a ponytail, which may or may not be historically inaccurate

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* TomboyishPonytail: In the 1987 anime, her hair is in a ponytail, which may or may not be historically inaccurateinaccurate. This is also her go-to hairstyle in Japanese book covers.



* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: Especially played up in the musical, where her death occurs offscreen but is preceded by a sweet duet about destiny between her and Jo, and about how Jo is meant for greater things than taking care of her ill sister.

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* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: Especially played up in the musical, where her death occurs offscreen off-screen but is preceded by a sweet duet about destiny between her and Jo, and about how Jo is meant for greater things than taking care of her ill sister.sister.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Named for Louisa May Alcott's sister, Elizabeth Sewall Alcott, the only one of her three sisters to have this.



* AdaptationNameChange: A minor one. The 1981 anime pronounces her name as ''Emmy'' (written as エミー in katakana), while most Japanese adaptations keep Amy's name the same (written as エイミー in katakana). This only applies to pronunciation, since Amy's name is still written in English as Amy

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* AdaptationNameChange: A minor one. The 1981 anime pronounces her name as ''Emmy'' (written as エミー in katakana), while most Japanese adaptations keep Amy's name the same (written as エイミー in katakana). This only applies to pronunciation, since Amy's name is still written in English as AmyAmy.


* AdaptationNameChange: A minor one. The 1981 anime pronounces her name as Emmy (written as エミー in katakana), while most Japanese adaptations keep Amy's name the same (written as エイミー in katakana). This only applies to pronunciation, since Amy's name is still written in English as Amy

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* AdaptationNameChange: A minor one. The 1981 anime pronounces her name as Emmy ''Emmy'' (written as エミー in katakana), while most Japanese adaptations keep Amy's name the same (written as エイミー in katakana). This only applies to pronunciation, since Amy's name is still written in English as Amy


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* GirlishPigtails: Has these in the 1980 anime special and the 1981 follow-up series.


* AdaptationDyeJob: A brunette in the 1980 and 1981 anime series, contrasting with Jo being a blonde.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: A brunette reddish-brunette in the 1980 and 1981 anime series, contrasting with Jo being a blonde.



** The Italain dub of the same anime also state's Amy's full name is ''Amanda''.

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** The Italain dub of the same anime also state's Amy's full name is ''Amanda''.''Amanda'', when Amy is her full name.



* EmbarrassingFirstName: Theodore was "minimized" as Dora by other boys.

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* DubNameChange: The HarmonyGold dub of the 1980 anime special dubs his name as ''Rory''. Assumingly, this is due to [[JapaneseRanguage Japan having the same characters for "L" and "R".]][[note]]Were the translators too lazy to read a summary?[[/note]]
* EmbarrassingFirstName: Theodore was "minimized" as Dora by other boys. And he fought them over it.



* RaceLift: Changed from Irish to African-American in the 1987 anime, and a few Japanese illustrated books followed suit.

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* RaceLift: Changed Notably changed from Irish to African-American in the 1987 anime, and a few Japanese illustrated books followed suit.



** In the anime, [[AdaptationalNiceGuy his bullying is almost non-existant]], and usually pressured into it by Tommy Bangs.

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** In the anime, [[AdaptationalNiceGuy his bullying is almost non-existant]], non-existent]], and usually pressured into it by Tommy Bangs.

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