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Megashare The Purple Gang (1960)
The story of the infamous Purple Gang, a ring of bootleggers, hijackers and killers in 1920s\' Detroit.
Director: Frank McDonald
Cast: Barry Sullivan, Robert Blake, Elaine Edwards, Marc Cavell, Jody Lawrance, Suzanne Ridgway, Joe Turkel, Victor Creatore, Paul Dubov, Ray Boyle, Kathleen Lockhart, Nestor Paiva, Lou Krugman, Robert Anderson, Mauritz Hugo
Megashare Sweethearts (1938)
A musical comedy duo in their 6th year on Broadway receive an offer to perform in Hollywood making films. The change of lifestyle is inviting to the as the move will take them away from relatives and friends who want to engage them in countless performances. However, when it comes to signing their Hollywood contract they do not sign as Gwen has been perceived into believing her seetheart and husband is engaged in an affair with their personal assistant. The split up and carry on performing their musical production around America with their understudies as their co-stars. Eventually they are united in a Broadway Show.
Director: WS Van Dyke
Cast: Allyn Joslyn, AS 'Pop' Byron, Barbara Pepper, Berton Churchill, Bess Flowers, Betty Jaynes, Betty Ross Clarke, Bob Reeves, Brent Sargent, Brooks Benedict, Charles Sullivan, Cyril Ring, David Kerman, Dick French, Dick Rich, Don Barclay, Dorothy Christy, Dorothy Gray, Douglas McPhail, Edmund Mortimer, Edward Earle, Edward Hearn, Edward Thomas, Edwin Stanley, Emory Parnell, Estelle Etterre, Ethelreda Leopold, Fay Holden, Florence Rice, Forrester Harvey, Frank Mills, Frank Morgan, Frank Whitbeck, Fred Santley, Gayne Whitman, Gene Lockhart, George Barbier, George Cooper, George Ernest, Gerald Hamer, Grace Hayle, Hal Cooke, Hal K Dawson, Herman Bing, Irving Bacon, Jack Gardner, Jack George, James Flavin, Jeanette MacDonald, Jennifer Gray, Jim Farley, Jimmy Conlin, Joan Barclay, Joe Devlin, Kathleen Lockhart, Lee Phelps, Lester Dorr, Lucile Browne, Lucile Watson, Lulu Mae Bohrman
Megashare Confidentially Connie (1953)
When expectant housewife Connie Bedloe (Leigh) is told to add red meat to her diet, she sadly replies that her husband, Joe Johnson, makes so little money as a college instructor that their budget will not allow it. When her estranged father-in-law (Calhern) hears of the problem, the wily cattleman cooks up a scheme to trick his son into quitting the job he loves so he can take over the family business.
Director: Edward Buzzell
Cast: Van Johnson, Janet Leigh, Louis Calhern, Walter Slezak, Gene Lockhart, Hayden Rorke, Robert Burton, Marilyn Erskine, Kathleen Lockhart, Arthur Space, Barbara Ruick, June Whitley Taylor, Dick Sands
Megashare Bewitched (1945)
A young woman has two distinct personalities, one of whom is evil and constantly gets her in trouble.
Director: Arch Oboler
Cast: Phyllis Thaxter, Edmund Gwenn, Henry H. Daniels Jr., Addison Richards, Kathleen Lockhart, Francis Pierlot, Sharon McManus, Gladys Blake, Will Wright, Stephen McNally, Oscar O'Shea, Minor Watson, Virginia Brissac
Megashare Walking My Baby Back Home (1953)
is a bubbly musical The film wastes no time in showing off the singing and dancing skills of star Donald O\'Connor, who is seen cavorting about during the opening credits. O\'Connor plays war veteran Jigger Millard, who forms a band with several other musically inclined ex-GIs
Director: Lloyd Bacon
Cast: Donald O'Connor, Janet Leigh, Buddy Hackett, Lori Nelson, Scatman Crothers, Kathleen Lockhart, George Cleveland, John Hubbard, Norman Abbott, Phil Garris, Walter Kingsford, Sidney Miller, The Modernaires, The Sportsmen Quartet, Frank Gifford
Release: February 17, 1951
Megashare I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951)
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain: The simple told story, based on Corra Harris' biographical book, of a Methodist minister, called to a north-Georgia mountain-community in 1910 who, with his gently-bred new bride, meets the problems and crises of his circuit-riding congregation fearlessly and honestly.
Director: Henry King
Cast: Alexander Knox, Barbara Bates, Edward Mundy, Frank Tweddell, Gene Lockhart, Jean Inness, Kathleen Lockhart, Lynn Bari, Richard Wilson, Rory Calhoun, Ruth Donnelly, Susan Hayward, William Lundigan
Megashare The Strange Woman (1946)
Beautiful Jenny Hager finds she can always get what she wants from the men in the 1820's port of Bangor, Maine. Freed by his death from her drunkard father she soon manoeuvres herself into a position to marry a middle-aged monied local businessman. Though she often uses his money to do good, she continues to consider all other men fair game.
Cast: Al Ferguson, Alan Napier, Billy Gray, Brick Sullivan, Chief Yowlachie, Christopher Severn, Clancy Cooper, Dennis Hoey, Edith Evanson, Edward Biby, Francis Pierlot, Fred Aldrich, Fred Graham, Gene Lockhart, George Magrill, George Sanders, Harry Wilson, Hedy Lamarr, Hillary Brooke, Ian Keith, Ian MacDonald, Jessie Arnold, Jo Ann Marlowe, June Storey, Katherine Yorke, Kathleen Lockhart, Louis Hayward, Moroni Olsen, Olive Blakeney, Ralph Dunn, Ray Teal, Rhys Williams, Teddy Infuhr
Megashare A Christmas Carol (1938)
On Christmas Eve, a old miser named Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the spirit of his former partner, Jacob Marley. The deceased partner was in his lifetime as mean and miserly as Scrooge is now and he warns him to change his ways or face the consequences in the afterlife. Scrooge dismisses the apparition but the first of the three ghosts, the Ghost of Christmas Past, visits as promised. Scrooge sees those events in his past life, both happy and sad, that forged his character. The second spirit, the Ghost of Christmas Present, shows him how many currently celebrate Christmas. The Ghost of Christmas yet to Come shows him how he will be remembered once he is gone. To his delight, the spirits complete their visits in one night giving him the opportunity to mend his ways.
Director: Edwin L. Marin
Cast: Reginald Owen, Gene Lockhart, Kathleen Lockhart, Terry Kilburn, Barry MacKay, Lynne Carver, Leo G. Carroll, Lionel Braham, Ann Rutherford, D'Arcy Corrigan, Ronald Sinclair
Megashare The Glenn Miller Story (1954)
The biography of the Bandleader Glenn Miller from his beginnings to his death over the English Channel in December 1944, with a lot of his arangements, partly in an authentic cast.
Director: Anthony Mann
Cast: Alan Copeland, Anthony Sydes, Archie Savage, Barney Bigard, Barton MacLane, Bill Lee, Carl Vernell, Carleton Young, Charles Drake, Damian O'Flynn, Davis Roberts, Dayton Lummis, Dick Ryan, Dorothy Hack, Frances Langford, Frank Sutton, Gene Krupa, George Tobias, Hal K Dawson, Harry Harvey, Harry Morgan, Irving Bacon, James Bell, James Stewart, James Young, June Allyson, Katherine Warren, Kathleen Lockhart, Kevin Corcoran, Leo Mostovoy, Lionel Hampton, Lisa Gaye, Louis Armstrong, Marion Ross, Max Smith, Nino Tempo, Paula Kelly, Phil Garris, Ruth Hampton, Sig Ruman, Steve Pendleton, The Modernaires, Thurl Ravenscroft, William Challee
Megashare Gentleman's Agreement (1947)
Gentleman's Agreement: Philip Green is a highly respected writer who is recruited by a national magazine to write a series of articles on anti-Semitism in America. He's not too keen on the series, mostly because he's not sure how to tackle the subject. Then it dawns on him: if he was to pretend to all and sundry that he was Jewish, he could then experience the degree of racism and prejudice that exists and write his story from that perspective. It takes little time for him to experience bigotry. He soon learns the liberal-minded firm he works for doesn't hire Jews and that his own secretary changed her name and kept the fact that she is Jewish a secret from everyone. Green soon finds that he won't be invited to certain parties, that he cannot stay in so-called 'restricted' hotels and that his own son is called names in the street. His anger at the way he is treated also affects his relationship with Kathy Lacy, his publisher's niece and the person who suggested the series in the first place.
Director: Elia Kazan
Cast: Adrienne Marden, Albert Dekker, Anne Revere, Art Howard, Arthur Little Jr, Barbara Woodell, Bert Howard, Boyd Irwin, Celeste Holm, Curt Conway, Dean Stockwell, Dorothy McGuire, Edna Holland, Frank Wilcox, Franklyn Farnum, Fred Godoy, Gene Nelson, George Leigh, Grace Field, Gregory Peck, Hallene Hill, Harold Vermilyea, Helen Gerald, Henry Mowbray, Howard Negley, Jack Conrad, Jane Green, Jane Wyatt, Jesse White, Joe Haworth, John Garfield, John Newland, June Havoc, Kathleen Lockhart, Kenner G Kemp, Larry Steers, Laura Treadwell, Lee MacGregor, Leo Kaye, Louise Lorimer, Marion Marshall, Mary Worth, Mauritz Hugo, Mike Lally, Monya Andre, Morgan Farley, Nicholas Joy, Olive Deering, Ransom M Sherman, Raymond Largay, Robert Karnes, Robert Warwick, Roy Roberts, Sam Jaffe, Victor Kilian, Virginia Gregg, Wallace Scott, Wilton Graff
Megashare The Devil Is a Sissy (1936)
Claude Pierce is delighted to move in with his father, Jay Pierce, a struggling architect living in lower Manhattan, for the six months the divorce agreement of his parents specified. He's come at a particularly bad time for his classmate, Gig Stevens, whose father is to be executed that night for murder, so he's treated badly by Gig as well as Gig's pal, Buck Murphy, and their gang. But he takes boxing lessons and holds his own in a fight with the older and heavier Buck, so he is grudgingly accepted into the gang. Their chief interest is to get a proper tombstone for Gig's father, costing $80. When stealing and selling tires proves too slow, Claude suggests burglarizing some rich kid's home for his toys, and pawning them. Claude leads them to a house at night, where rich looking toys are found, stolen and pawned. However, a suspicious policeman has them brought before a judge where Claude eventually confesses they were his toys; he knew his mother was away and the house was unoccupied. Claude goes free since he knew it wasn't stealing, but Buck and Gig get probation, further alienating them from Claude. On the day they were supposed to report to the probation officer, Buck and Gig decide to run away. Despite a bad cold, Claude tries to convince them that running away will only hurt them in the long run. But they are adamant and the three hitch a ride with two men and an old lady who turn out to be gangsters on the run. Further, Buck lets on that Claude's mother is a millionaire, hatching the gangsters' plan to hold them for ransom. At a cafe owned by a Frenchman, Claude ostensibly orders a special sauce in French, but actually tells the owner to call the police. When they come, the bullets start flying.
Director: WS Van Dyke
Cast: Andrew Tombes, Buddy Messinger, Buster Slaven, Charles Coleman, Charles Trowbridge, Christian Rub, David Thursby, Don Brodie, Dorothy Peterson, Etienne Girardot, Etta McDaniel, Frank Puglia, Freddie Bartholomew, Gene Lockhart, George Davis, George Guhl, Grant Mitchell, Harold Huber, Ian Hunter, Ian Wolfe, Jackie Cooper, John Kelly, John Wray, Jonathan Hale, Katharine Alexander, Kathleen Lockhart, Lester Dorr, Mickey Rooney, Myra Marsh, Peggy Conklin, Richard Powell, Sherwood Bailey, Stanley Andrews, Stanley Fields, Wally Maher, William Gould