The sequel to Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" finds strong-minded Jo March (Kay Francis) married to Professor Bhaer (Carl Esmond) and working as the headmistress at the unconventional school for impoverished boys. Striking up a supportive relationship with a willful student (Jimmy Lydon), Jo discovers she may need the help of his swindler foster father in order to protect the school from foreclosure. Jack Oakie, George Bancroft, and Ann Gillis co-star. 83 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.