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Meet Me After the Show(1951)

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  • Great fun

    • JarrodMcDonald
    • 8/30/14

    Not every musical is going to be perfectly made. But this one is not as terrible as some will have you think. There are several fun musical numbers featuring Betty Grable, and MacDonald Carey shows us how well he can play a heel, years before he became typecast as a beloved father figure on a long-running soap opera. This picture is notable for being one of four collaborations between writer-director Dick Sale and Mac. Earlier in 1951 they worked on LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL with Claudette Colbert, and the following year they would make MY WIFE'S BEST FRIEND with Anne Baxter. Then, in 1954, it was FIRE OVER AFRICA with Maureen O'Hara.

  • Dismal Plot and Characters

    • Mark in Florida
    • 8/30/14

    I caught this film today on TCM. I appreciate the channel's presentation of such a range of movies, not just the winners. This movie is a great example of how right Aristotle was over 4,000 years ago: a well-designed plot and a central character you can care about are more important than anything else, and without them the vehicle will not work, no matter how flashy. The plot is ill-conceived, and does not work because the husband is a deceitful bum. Why should we want Betty to win him back--the whole basis of the plot? So, one just watches the thing coldly, hoping for more musical numbers. We do not root for her or even respect the character for behaving so foolishly. It's better forgotten, aside form the musical numbers and amazing costumes.

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