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Kenner Products was founded in 1946 by three brothers of the Steiner family in Cincinnati, Ohio, US, who named the toy company after the street upon which their original office was located. The first Kenner toys included construction sets, projectors, the Easy-Bake Oven, and Spirograph.
Spirograph. Kenner. US. 1975.
The early 1970s saw Kenner gain the license for the already popular Play-Doh. Other toy lines such as Chip Away sets, Dusty and Skye dolls, S.S.P. (Super Sonic Power), T.T.P. (Turbo Tower of Power) and Duke the Action Dog became popular Kenner hits throughout the decade.
Kenner SSP Racers. 1971. US.
Chip Away. Kenner. 1972. US.
Dusty and Sky dolls. 1976. US.
SSP Stunt Cycle Show. 1976. US.
SSP Super Sonic Power. 1972. US.
TTP Turbo Tower of Power. 1974. US.
TTP Wild Riders. 1976. US.
Duke the Super Action Dog. 1974. US.
In 1976 Kenner held the license to produce and sell toys for the hugely popular Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman TV shows.