Originally a pliable, putty-like wallpaper cleaner concocted by Noah McVicker for Kutol Products of Cincinnati, Ohio. His nephew Joseph McVicker found nursery school students using the product to make Christmas ornaments. The McVickers along with Bill Rhodenbaugh reworked the product and named it Play-Doh marketing and distributing it through Rainbow Crafts in 1955. 1999 inductee into The National Toy Hall of Fame
Director: Victor Halperin. Also starred Ted Osborne, George Pembroke & Alden 'Stephen' Chase. Plot: A prison trustee rescues a despondent executioner from a bar-room brawl, and is blamed for the fight by a tabloid reporter who actually started it, and loses parole, becomes embittered, and gets blamed for murder of guard.