Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Delilah and Jeff (Betty Grable and MacDonald Carey) are a successful show-business team, but less successful as husband and wife. Finding that her producer hubby is unfaithful, musical-comedy star Delilah walks out on him, heading for Miami, where she got her start. In the process, Delilah feigns amnesia, then inaugurates a romance with a Miami playboy (Rory Calhoun). His jealousy aroused, Jeff heads to Miami to reclaim his wife, but she leads him on quite a merry chase until she finally allows herself to get caught. One of several 20th Century-Fox musicals produced by comedian George Jessel, Meet Me After the Show is a standard-issue Betty Grable vehicle, highlighted by several sprightly musical numbers, including a captivating routine with Grable and an uncredited Jack Cole and Gwen Verdon.
stage, actor, amnesia, behind-the-scenes, career, con/scam, dance [art], deception, entertainer, extramarital-affair, fake, gigolo, husband, jealousy, love, marriage, memory, musical [play], nightclub, performer, philandering, producer [showbiz], production [showbiz], quitting, return, romance, seduction, show, show-business, songwriter, stars [celebrities], suspect, talent, wife, meeting, numbers