Earl St. John
He was appointed Executive Producer at the studios by Rank's Managing Director John Davis with a brief to reign in financial losses. Under his austere and autocratic control, location filming was cut back, and no film was permitted to exceed a budget of £150,000. Despite this, a number of successful productions emerged from Pinewood including Genevieve, Reach for the Sky and A Night to Remember. 
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