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John E. Oliver is a composer and music production set supervisor who worked as music coordinator on the Star Trek: The Next Generation fourth season episode "In Theory" in 1991. He worked with musical technical advisor Jay Leslie and sideline musicians/actors Ritt Henn and Phil Mallory. In 1996 he was the music producer for the song "Moonlight Becomes You", written by Johnny Burke and James Van Heusen and performed by Julie Morgan, in the Star Trek feature film Star Trek: First Contact.
Oliver worked as music consultant and music production set supervisor on the romance Those Lips, Those Eyes (1980), on the comedy series Square Pegs (1982-1983), the music drama La Bamba (1987), the drama The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989), the television fantasy film Cast a Deadly Spell (1991, with David Warner and Clancy Brown), the music drama For the Boys (1991, with musician Jack Sheldon), the drama Indecent Proposal (1993), the sport drama Blue Chips (1994), the romance Sabrina (1995, with musician James Thatcher), and the fantasy thriller The Relic (1997, music by John Debney).
As composer he contributed to the romance He Said, She Said (1991), the fantasy film The Butcher's Wife (1991), the sport drama School Ties (1992), the horror comedy Vampire in Brooklyn (1995), and the remake Sabrina (1995).