John Goldstone

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John Goldstone (Born: April 8, 1943,Manchester, England) has been producing comedy films in England since the mid 1970s, including The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Shock Treatment. He has been involved in many projects by Monty Python and its members, beginning with Monty Python and the Holy Grail and including Life of Brian and The Meaning of Life (which featured Patricia Quinn.)

Producer Credits

2013: The Meaning of Monty Python (Video documentary) (producer)
2012: What About Dick? (Video) (producer)
2010: Not the Messiah: He's a Very Naughty Boy (producer)
2004: Stella Street (executive producer)
2001: Festival in Cannes (producer)
2001: The Quest for the Holy Grail Locations (Video documentary) (producer)
1999: The BFI London Imax Signature Film (Short) (producer)
1997: Déjà Vu (producer)
1996: Mr. Toad's Wild Ride (producer)
1992: Carry on Columbus (producer)
1989: Erik the Viking (producer)
1989: Magic Moments (TV Movie) (executive producer)
1988: Tears in the Rain (TV Movie) (executive producer)
1988: Out of the Shadows (TV Movie) (executive producer)
1987: Dreams Lost, Dreams Found (TV Movie) (executive producer)
1987: Cloud Waltzing (TV Movie) (executive producer)
1986: Love with the Perfect Stranger (TV Movie) (executive producer)
1983: The Meaning of Life (producer)
1981: Shock Treatment (producer)
1981: The Comic Strip (TV Short) (producer)
1979: Life of Brian (producer)
1978: The Hound of the Baskervilles (producer)
1977: Jabberwocky (executive producer)
1975: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (associate producer)
1975: Monty Python and the Holy Grail (executive producer)
1973: The Last Days of Man on Earth (producer)
1970: Three Sisters (producer)

Misc. Crew Credits

2012: John Le Mesurier: It's All Been Rather Lovely (TV Movie documentary) (archive)
1967: Poor Cow (assistant to producer)
1966: Modesty Blaise (production assistant - uncredited)
1963: Billy Liar (personal assistant to producers - uncredited)