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megashare Live Feed (2006)
Five young adults are about to find themselves in a fight for their lives, pitted against evil itself...
Director: Ryan Nicholson
Cast: Colin Foo, Kevan Ohtsji, Paul Lee, Ronin Wong, Stephen Chang, Taayla Markell, Ted Friend
megashare Halls of Montezuma (1951)
The marines attack a strongly held enemy island in the Pacific. We follow them from the beach to a Japanese rocket site through enemy infested jungle as their ex-school teacher leader is transformed into a battle veteran and his squad becomes a tight fighting unit.
Director: Lewis Milestone
Cast: Bert Freed, Bob McLean, Buster Slaven, Chris Drake, Clarke Stevens, Don Gordon, Don Hicks, Edward Binns, Frank Iwanaga, Frank Kumagai, Fred Coby, Fred Dale, George Conrad, George Offerman Jr, Harry Carter, Harry McKim, Helene Hatch, Howard Chuman, Jack Lee, Jack Palance, Jack Webb, Jerry Fujikawa, Joe Turkel, John Close, John McKee, Karl Malden, Marion Marshall, Martin Milner, Mike Road, Neville Brand, Pat Combs, Paul Lees, Philip Ahn, Reginald Gardiner, Richard Allan, Richard Boone, Richard Hylton, Richard Widmark, Robert Board, Robert Wagner, Roger McGee, Rollin Moriyama, Skip Homeier
megashare Mot (2013)
That winter, we thought we could last forever.
Director: Ho Bin Seo
Cast: Hyo Hun Ho, Bong-seong Kang, Paul Lee
megashare Thr33 Days Dead (2014)
When zombies attack, you\'d better have enough ammo.
Director: John M. Ware
Cast: George Hardy, Lynn Maggio, Bryan Boylen, John M. Ware, Tina D. Teeter, Chase Lawrence, Gary A. Carreker, Andrew Hankinson, Ben Farley, Catherine Teeter, Paul Lee, Joseph N. Griffin, Delaine Mullins, ZoŽ Mullins, Bill Norris
megashare Looters, Tooters and Sawn-Off Shooters (2014)
Highlights the impact gang warfare reaps, not only to the guilty of its time but to the innocent generations that follow.
Director: Darren James King, Paul Lee King
Cast: Paul Lee King, Steve Brunton, Bert Truby, Dave Courtney, Rory Locke, Saffron, Bruce Jones, Steve e Blunder, Matthew Bosworth, Darren Genz, Stefan Seward, Keith Ackerman, Jimmy 'The Bee' Bennett, Piers Brunton, Paul Buchan
megashare The Heiress (1949)
In 1840's New York Catherine lives with her father, Dr. Sloper. Her mother died some years before, and Dr. Sloper still idolizers her, and never misses an opportunity to compare her daughter to her -- a comparison the daughter can never win. When Morris Townsend, a handsome but pennyless young man, comes along, and woos and wins his daughter's heart, Dr. Sloper is sure that he is after her considerable inheritance, and opposes their marriage. Dr. Sloper takes his daughter to Europe in hopes she will forget Morris, but she does not. After Catherine returns to New York, the young lovers plan to elope. Dr. Sloper threatens to disinherit his daughter. Will this dissuade Morris?
Director: William Wyler
Cast: Albert Pollet, Art Gilmore, Arthur Dulac, Bobby Taylor, David Thursby, Donald Kerr, Dorothy Vernon, Douglas Spencer, Franklyn Farnum, Harry Antrim, Jack Chefe, Lester Dorr, Louise Lorimer, Loulette Sablon, Marcel De la Brosse, Miriam Hopkins, Mona Freeman, Montgomery Clift, Nan Boardman, Olivia de Havilland, Paul Lees, Ralph Richardson, Ralph Sanford, Ray Collins, Ray De Ravenne, Russ Conway, Sam Harris, Selena Royle, Vanessa Brown
megashare Posse from Hell (1961)
Murphy goes after bad guys who shot his friend the sheriff and abducted a local girl. In a plot reminiscent of High Noon, the posse of town blowhards gradually abandons Murphy; only tenderfoot banker Saxon remains, to prove his manhood. When they find the girl, obviously abused by her captors, Murphy shows her acceptance and sympathy whereas the others disply only revulsion.
Director: Herbert Coleman
Cast: Allan Lane, Audie Murphy, Billy E Hughes, Carol Thurston, Charles Horvath, Don C Harvey, Forrest Lewis, Frank Overton, Frosty Royce, Harry Lauter, Helen Wallace, Henry Wills, Howard Negley, I Stanford Jolley, James Bell, Jerry Gatlin, Joe Yrigoyen, John Saxon, Kenneth MacDonald, Lee Van Cleef, Paul Carr, Paul Lees, Ralph Moody, Rand Brooks, Ray Teal, Robert Keith, Rodolfo Acosta, Royal Dano, Steve Darrell, Steven Terrell, Stuart Randall, Tex Terry, Vic Morrow, Walter Reed, Ward Ramsey, Wes Hudman, Zohra Lampert
megashare Zombie vs Ninja (1987)
Ethan, a young man, is beaten while his father is killed by a group of thieves. With the help of an undertaker, Ethan trains in kung fu by fighting the dead. Meanwhile, an American Ninja, Dragon, must fend off against the thieves and their ninja henchmen. It is soon that Dragon and Ethan team up to defeat the thieves and the ninjas.
Cast: John Lee, Paul Lee
megashare Force of Arms (1951)
Winter, 1943. The German army has halted the American advance in the mountains of Italy; back-and-forth combat decimates Joe Peterson's platoon. On leave in Naples, Joe meets WAC lieutenant Eleanor MacKay; initially cool, she begins to melt during a bombing raid. Their romance develops despite Joe's periodic returns to the front. But whether he'll come back in the end becomes more than doubtful...
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Anna Demetrio, Argentina Brunetti, Ashley Cowan, Danny Davenport, Dick Wesson, Don Gordon, Douglas Evans, Edmund Penney, Frank Lovejoy, Gayle Kellogg, Gene Evans, George Hoagland, Grandon Rhodes, Henry Kulky, Hugh Murray, James Dobson, Joan Winfield, Joel Marston, John McGuire, Katherine Warren, Mack Williams, Mario Siletti, Marvin Jones, Nancy Olson, Paul Lees, Paul Picerni, Philip Carey, Phyllis Graffeo, Richard Reeves, Robert Roark, Ron Hagerthy, Ross Ford, William Forrest, William Holden, Wilson Wood
megashare Breakfast at Tiffanys (1961)
A young New York socialite becomes interested in a young man who has moved into her apartment building.
Director: Blake Edwards
Cast: Alan Reed, Audrey Hepburn, Beverly Powers, Bill Neff, Buddy Ebsen, Charles Sherlock, Chuck Niles, Claude Stroud, Dick Crockett, Elvia Allman, Fay McKenzie, Florine Carlan, Frank Kreig, Frank Marth, George Peppard, Gil Lamb, Glen Vernon, Hanna Landy, Helen Spring, Henry Beckman, James Field, James Lanphier, Janet Banzet, Joan Staley, Joe Gray, Joe Scott, John McGiver, Jose Luis de Villalonga, Joseph J Greene, Joyce Meadows, Kate Murtagh, Kip King, Linda Wong, Marian Collier, Martin Balsam, Mel Blanc, Michael Zaslow, Mickey Rooney, Mike Mahoney, Nicky Blair, Nino Tempo, Patricia Neal, Paul Lees, Richard Wyler, Robert Patten, Roydon Clark, Stanley Adams, Sue Casey, Tom Curtis, Tommy Farrell, Wilson Wood
megashare Chicago Deadline (1949)
On Chicago\'s South Side reporter Ed Ames finds the body of a dead girl. Her address book leads to a host of names of men frightened by her death but claiming never to have known her. Ames comes to know quite a lot, dangerously so.
Director: Lewis Allen
Cast: Alan Ladd, Donna Reed, June Havoc, Irene Hervey, Arthur Kennedy, Berry Kroeger, Harold Vermilyea, Shepperd Strudwick, Dave Willock, Gavin Muir, John Beal, Tom Powers, Howard Freeman, Paul Lees, Margaret Field
megashare Anger (1988)
Three women captured and imprisoned by a gang of white slavers lead a bloody rebellion, aided by a detective investigating the gang.
Cast: Eva Bisset, Gigi Bovee, Emma Yeung, Billy Lau, Danny Law, Loletta Lee, Paul Lee, Pasha, Ryan Chu, Maria Ho, Richard Lau, Thonson Kao, Nuna Naru, Thomson Kao
megashare Appointment with Danger (1951)
Relentless postal inspector Al Goddard is set to Gary, Indiana, when another officer is murdered. He must find the nun who witnessed the murder, then infiltrate the gang by convincing them he is a postal inspector gone bad.
Director: Lewis Allen
Cast: Alan Ladd, Allan Douglas, Anitra Sparrow, Ann Tyrrell, Arnold Daly, Bill Meader, Billy Engle, Bruce Wong, Byron Barr, Dan Riss, David Wolfe, Ernö Verebes, Frances Sandford, Frank Hagney, Fritz Feld, George J Lewis, Geraldine Wall, Hal Rand, Harry Antrim, Harry Morgan, Harry Tyler, Herb Vigran, Howard Gardiner, Jack Webb, James Cornell, James Davies, Jan Sterling, Jerry James, John Whitney, Kathleen Freeman, Maxie Thrower, Murray Alper, Pat Lane, Patsy O'Byrne, Paul Lees, Paul Stewart, Phyllis Calvert, Ralph Sanford, Russell Saunders, Sheldon Jett, Sid Tomack, Stacy Harris, Symona Boniface, Volta Boyer, Whitey Haupt
megashare People Will Talk (1951)
Successful and well-liked, Dr. Noah Praetorius becomes the victim of a witch hunt at the hands of Professor Elwell, who disdains Praetorius's unorthodox medical views and also questions his relationship with the mysterious, ever-present Mr. Shunderson. Fuel is added to the fire when Praetorius befriends young Deborah Higgins, who has become suicidal at the prospect of having a baby by her husband, a military reservist who was called up for service in the Korean War and killed in action.
Cast: Al Murphy, Ann Morrison, Basil Ruysdael, Bess Flowers, Bill Dyer, Billy House, Billy Mauch, Carl M Leviness, Carleton Young, Carol Varga, Cary Grant, Esther Somers, Finlay Currie, Gail Bonney, George Offerman Jr, Hans Moebus, Hume Cronyn, Irene Seidner, Jack Kelly, James Carlisle, Jeanne Crain, Jo Gilbert, John Davidson, Joyce Mackenzie, Julia Dean, Katherine Locke, Larry Williams, Lawrence Dobkin, Leon Tyler, Margaret Hamilton, Marjorie Jackson, Maude Wallace, Parley Baer, Paul Lees, Ray Montgomery, Sam Harris, Sidney Blackmer, Stuart Holmes, Wally Dean, Walter Slezak, Will Wright, William Bryant
megashare Union Station (1950)
Secretary Joyce Willecombe grows suspicious of two men boarding her train and is referred to 'Tough Willy' Calhoun, head of the police. The all-seeing, no-nonsense Calhoun is initially skeptical, but the men (who escape) prove to be involved in a kidnap case. Calhoun calls in equally tough police Inspector Donnelly, but the ruthless kidnapper's precision planning stays one jump ahead of them. Most of the action centers around bustling .
Cast: Al Ferguson, Allene Roberts, Barbara Knudson, Barry Fitzgerald, Bernard Szold, Bill Meader, Bob Hoffman, Brick Sullivan, Byron Foulger, Charles Dayton, Charles Sherlock, Charmienne Harker, Clifton Young, Dick Elliott, Don Dunning, Dorothy Vernon, Douglas Spencer, Edgar Dearing, Edith Evanson, Eric Alden, Ethan Laidlaw, Franklyn Farnum, Fred Graff, Fred Zendar, George Lynn, Gerry Ganzer, Gil Warren, Hans Moebus, Harry Hayden, Herbert Heyes, Howard M Mitchell, Howard Negley, Jack Gargan, Jack Roberts, James Seay, Jan Sterling, Jean Ruth, Jerry James, Joe Recht, Joe Warfield, John Crawford, June Earle, Kasey Rogers, Lee Miller, Lyle Bettger, Mike Donovan, Mike Mahoney, Nancy Olson, Parley Baer, Paul Lees, Queenie Smith, Ralph Byrd, Ralph Montgomery, Ralph Sanford, Richard Barron, Richard Karlan, Robert Cornthwaite, Robert Easton, Sumner Getchell, Thomas E Jackson
megashare My Friend Irma Goes West (1950)
In this sequel film, all the characters remain the same; Al is still unemployed, Jane still has show-biz aspirations for boyfriend Steve; Steve and Seymour are still partners, and Irma is still Irma, which isn't all that easy. Al gets Steve a singing job on television, which is seen by a Hollywood producer. He signs Steve to a long term movie contract, and all hands depart for Hollywood. But, alas, the producer turns out to be an escaped lunatic, and they end up in Las Vegas, where Irma manages to get kidnapped by gangsters, who are very unhappy with Irma.
Cast: Al Ferguson, Bobby Johnson, Brick Sullivan, Charles Dayton, Charles Evans, Charles Sherlock, Chief Yowlachie, Corinne Calvet, David Clarke, Dean Martin, Diana Lynn, Dick Stabile, Don Porter, Frank Gerstle, George Bruggeman, George Humbert, Gil Herman, Gordon Carveth, Gregg Palmer, Harold Huber, Harold Miller, Harry Lewis, Helene Hatch, Henry Wills, Ivan Browning, James Conaty, James Davies, James Flavin, Jasper Weldon, Jeffrey Sayre, Jerry Lewis, Jimmie Dundee, Jody Gilbert, Joe Gray, Joe Molina, John Lund, Joseph Vitale, Julia Montoya, Kenneth Tobey, Kermit Maynard, Lee Miller, Lloyd Corrigan, Margarita Martín, Marie Wilson, Maxie Thrower, Mike Mahoney, Napoleon Whiting, Ottola Nesmith, Paul Lees, Richard Clayton, Rose Higgins, Roy Gordon, Sam Harris, Stan Johnson, Suzanne Ridgeway, Walter Merrill, Wendell Niles
megashare Inside I'm Dancing (2004)
Inside I'm Dancing: When the kinetic Rory moves into his room in the Carrigmore Residential Home for the Disabled, his effect on the home is immediate. Most telling is his friendship with Michael, a young man with cerebral palsy and nearly unintelligible speech. Somehow, Rory understands Michael, and encourages him to experience life outside the confines of home.
Director: Damien O'Donnell
Cast: Alan King, Brenda Fricker, Deirdre O'Kane, Eamonn Hunt, Gerard McSorley, James McAvoy, Justine Mitchell, Michael Higgins, Pat Shortt, Paul Lee, Romola Garai, Ruth McCabe, Stanley Townsend, Steven Robertson, Tom Hickey, Tony Kenny
megashare The Crew (2009)
As a major heist approaches and with betrayal all around him, a respected crime boss has to summon all his street nous and killer instinct as he fights for survival.
Director: Adrian Vitoria
Cast: Chris Wilson, Cordelia Bugeja, Francis Magee, Goran Kostic, Kenny Doughty, Kerry Williams, Mem Ferda, Michael Thompson, Neil Bell, Paul Lee, Raza Jaffrey, Rory McCann, Rosie Fellner, Scot Williams, Scott Johnson, Stephen Graham, Tim Dantay
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