Miss Louise Brooks starts things off with a bloom half the size of her head!
Miss Scarlett herself, Miss Vivien Leigh, out amongst the cherry blossoms (or some such! I'm not an arborist.)
Perhaps traipsing though the same grove is Miss Bette Davis, early in her career. Who could ever guess that this rather plain face would belong to one of the most sensational actresses to ever appear on the silver screen?
Greer Garson has a bunch (of flowers) for you. (From Mrs. Miniver's English garden or are they Blossoms in the Dust?)
Miss Ann Sothern has another of those big blossoms half the size of her head. No wonder she's reclining!
It takes a svelte gal to be able to hide behind a stalk of blossoms like this, but the slender Audrey Hepburn is more than up to the task!
This is quite possibly my least favorite photo of Miss Eleanor Parker, but I had to post it today. Could there be an uglier hat on the face of the planet? And what an artless pose.
A single stem is about the only thing understated about Dallas' Charlene Tilton. Perhaps she was taking part in a Circus of the Stars event.