Greer Garson pours the bubbly in Blossoms in the Dust (1941).

Greer should be filmed in Technicolor to do her justice. Black and white gives no hint of the burnished copper tones of her mass of fine and fluffy hair, or the whiteness of her skin which portrays a natural red head or the oval depths of her eyes which she insists are the press agent green.

- “Tell me, are you happy?” 
- “Terribly happy, not a single little thing I’d change”