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The National Cinema Museum inaugurates on 14.10.2015 the showcase dedicated to Mario Celso. Visitors can see the first electromechanical rectifier used for motion-picture projections designed by Mario Celso and manufactured by IREM.
Also exhibited is the Scientific and Technical Award conferred to Mario Celso in 1992, in Los Angeles, by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for his technological contribution to the development of the movie industry.

Vetrina dedicata a Mario Celso al Museo Cinema Torino

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