Squadron Leader Owen Cathcart-Jones (June 5, 1900 - February 1986) was a game designer who joined the Royal Marines in 1919, serving as a lieutenant. In 1925, he married the daughter of an Indian Army captain in Hong Kong. Their son was born in Malta. Along with naval officer Glen Kidston, he broke eight world records for long-distance flights in 1934. He briefly served a squadron leader in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. Cathcart-Jones was an adviser for the 1942 movie Captains of the Clouds. He died in California at aged 85.