Sporadic company founded by crack producer Kenneth Harper in the ’50s. Dirk Bogarde newlywed social drama For Better or Worse and, more famously, Diana Dors death row dilemma Yield to the Night. Harper got more work for the big guns (Rank, Fox etc.) but Kenwood did put their name later on to undistinguished Brigitte Bardot affair co-prod A Coeur Joie (featuring James Robertson Justice and auteured by one Serge Bourguignon), and Alan Plater’s DH Lawrence adaptation The Virgin and the Gypsy. Then Ken went off to make Cliff Richard brummie hovercraft daftness Take Me High, and The Wiz.