In the American Film Institute (AFI) List - "AFI's 100 Years...100 Stars" - TALES OF MANHATTAN (1942) is the feature film that contains the most screen legends from that list with 4 stars: Henry Fonda, Ginger Rogers, Rita Hayworth and Edward G. Robinson.
This was Paul Robeson's last movie because he was disgusted with the stereotypical caricature of African - Americans. He hoped this film would be a realistic view of poor sharecroppers, but it was not. Note the idea of shared use of land, in effect, a Communist collective. This concept was inserted by Robeson, who was a follower of Communism. He was later blacklisted for his beliefs.