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Awards

Academy Awards, USA

1964 Winner
Technical Achievement Award
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For the engineering of an improved Background Process Projection System.
1960 Winner
Scientific and Engineering Award
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For the development of a system of producing and exhibiting wide film motion pictures known as ... More

For the development of a system of producing and exhibiting wide film motion pictures known as Camera 65.

1952 Winner
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
The Great Caruso (1951)
1948 Winner
Oscar
Best Effects, Special Effects
Green Dolphin Street (1947)
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Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Green Dolphin Street (1947)
1946 Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
They Were Expendable (1945)
1945 Winner
Oscar
Best Effects, Special Effects
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944)
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Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Kismet (1944)
1944 Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Madame Curie (1943)
1943 Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Mrs. Miniver (1942)
Best Effects, Special Effects
Mrs. Miniver (1942)
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1942 Winner
Technical Achievement Award
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For pioneering the development of fine grain emulsions for variable density original sound ... More

For pioneering the development of fine grain emulsions for variable density original sound recording in a studio production.

Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
The Chocolate Soldier (1941)
Best Effects, Special Effects
Flight Command (1940)
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1941 Winner
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Strike Up the Band (1940)
Nominee
Oscar
Best Effects, Special Effects
Boom Town (1940)
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1940 Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Balalaika (1939)
Best Effects, Special Effects
The Wizard of Oz (1939)
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1939 Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Sweethearts (1938)
1938 Winner
Scientific and Engineering Award

For a method of varying the scanning width of variable density sound tracks (squeeze tracks) for ... More

For a method of varying the scanning width of variable density sound tracks (squeeze tracks) for the purpose of obtaining an increased amount of noise reduction.

Winner
Technical Achievement Award
For the design of the film drive mechanism as incorporated in the ERPI 1010 reproducer.
Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Maytime (1937)
1937 Winner
Academy Award of Merit

For the development of a practical two-way horn system and a biased Class A push-pull recording ... More

For the development of a practical two-way horn system and a biased Class A push-pull recording system.

Winner
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
San Francisco (1936)
1936 Winner
Technical Achievement Award

For their automatic control system for cameras and sound recording machines and auxiliary stage ... More

For their automatic control system for cameras and sound recording machines and auxiliary stage equipment.

Winner
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Naughty Marietta (1935)
1935 Nominee
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
Viva Villa! (1934)
1930 Winner
Oscar
Best Sound, Recording
The Big House (1930)

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