|Born||3 November 1907|
|Died||February 1994 (aged 86)|
|Years active||1933–1966 (film)|
John Croydon (3 November 1907 – February 1994) was a British film producer and production manager.
He was employed at Ealing Studios for a number of years during the Michael Balcon era. He then moved to Highbury Studios in the late 1940s to head up production of second features for the Rank Organisation, and later turned to independent production once Highbury had been closed.