OT but $6 million will not buy you much of a movie; back in 2006 the average Hollywood movie cost about 10x that amount (per MPAA). These days a modestly budgeted Hollywood movie (e.g. District 9) will cost around $30 million.
Of course, there are the surprise extremely low budget hits like Paranormal Activity - cost $35K and has grossed over $140 million worldwide. But these definitely the rare exceptions.
To further put $6 million into perspective, this will buy you approximately 2 episodes of an U.S. prime time drama.
6 mill......per day Paul.
So, acorrding to your 10x rule of thumb, within 2 working weeks they can make a movie. Thats 26 movies a year.
Now, if each movie made 20% on the investments (and i recon that's been conservative), then every 2 weeks a futher $1,200,000 profit is made.
So, now every 50 days, or 10 weeks, they can make another movie. So, then every year they can make 26 initial movies and then another 5 on the interest earned.
31 movies - that's a lot of jobs.