Greer Garson pours the bubbly in Blossoms in the Dust (1941).
"It was a wonderful picture to make. When we did the last scene at the cottage gate, which was also the last scene we filmed, Ronnie said to me: This is one picture I hate to finish!”.
- Mervyn LeRoy, director of Random Harvest (1942)
Lovely Greer Garson lends her red-haired glamor and charm to a good cause. She helps French actor Daniel Gélin sell the first tickets for the annual lottery for French World War II veterans at a Paris booth.
Myrna Loy, Greer Garson and William Powell and Robert Taylor's Birthday (1939)