Aaah, do you see what brothers John and James Woolf did there? Founded in 1948, the cinematic siblings oversaw classics like Pandora and the Flying Dutchman, The African Queen and The L-Shaped Room, alongside toppo Sellers comedies The Wrong Arm of the Law and Heavens Above! plus the musical Oliver! and daft Alfie Bass short The Bespoke Overcoat. Inevitably enough, a sister company, Remus Films, was also in action in the early ’50s, turning out Room at the Top and The Iron Petticoat. Sir John’s son recently revived Romulus to make fantasy oddity Revelation.