Cellio Bucchi

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Cellio Bucchi
Years active1920-1945 (film)

Cellio Bucchi was an Italian film actor. [1] He was active during the silent era, where he sometimes appeared in leading roles. Later he was a supporting actor in sound films of the 1930s and 1940s.


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  1. Kinnard & Crnkovic p.49