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Cinema projector by Charlin

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Cinema projector by Charlin

A 35mm "actua-color" cinema projector by Charlin of Paris, circa 1945.

M R light box with label for AUX FORGES de VULCAIN 

S.T.O.P. Hypergonar Série C Cinemascope lens.

Height: 188 cm.

Lenght: 155 cm.

André Marie Bernard Charlin (1903 – 1983) was a French audio engineer and entrepreneur. Charlin produced cinematography equipment from 1930 to 1949, in 1938 he patented "Actua Colour" to project colour films. In 1949 Charlin stopped producing cinema equipment and sold all his related patents to Phillips of the Netherlands.