Conrad Nagel

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Conrad Nagel (March 16, 1897 – February 24, 1970) was an American screen actor and matinee idol of the silent film era and beyond.wikipedia
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Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

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On May 11, 1927, Nagel was among 35 other film industry insiders to found the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS); a professional honorary organization dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of motion pictures.
He met with actor Conrad Nagel, director Fred Niblo, and the head of the Association of Motion Picture Producers, Fred Beetson to discuss these matters.

Lon Chaney

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In 1927, Nagel starred alongside Lon Chaney Sr., Marceline Day, Henry B. Walthall and Polly Moran in the now lost Tod Browning directed horror film, London After Midnight.
Around the same time, Chaney also co-starred with Conrad Nagel, Marceline Day, Henry B. Walthall and Polly Moran in the Tod Browning horror film London After Midnight (1927), one of the most sought after lost films.

London After Midnight (film)

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In 1927, Nagel starred alongside Lon Chaney Sr., Marceline Day, Henry B. Walthall and Polly Moran in the now lost Tod Browning directed horror film, London After Midnight.
London After Midnight, (also known as The Hypnotist in the UK), is a 1927 American silent mystery film with horror overtones directed and co-produced by Tod Browning and starring Lon Chaney, with Marceline Day, Conrad Nagel, Henry B. Walthall, and Polly Moran.

5th Academy Awards

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Nagel was the host of the 3rd Academy Awards ceremony held on November 5, 1930, the 5th Academy Awards on November 18, 1932, and a co-host with Bob Hope at the 25th Academy Awards ceremony on March 19, 1953.
The ceremony was hosted by Conrad Nagel.

Celebrity Time

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He then hosted the popular TV game show Celebrity Time from 1948 to 1952 and the DuMont Television Network program Broadway to Hollywood from 1953 to 1954.
During this time, the show's title changed when the host did – to Stop, Look, and Listen when Paul Gallico took over as host on November 28, then to Riddle Me This when Conrad Nagel took over the show on December 12; while Nagel hosted through 1952, the title was left behind after March 1949.

Marceline Day

In 1927, Nagel starred alongside Lon Chaney Sr., Marceline Day, Henry B. Walthall and Polly Moran in the now lost Tod Browning directed horror film, London After Midnight.
Day is probably best recalled for her appearances in the now lost 1927 Tod Browning directed horror classic London After Midnight with Lon Chaney and Conrad Nagel, her role as Sally Richards in the 1928 comedy The Cameraman with Buster Keaton, and the 1929 drama The Jazz Age with Douglas Fairbanks Jr..

The Fighting Chance (1920 film)

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His breakout role came in the 1920 film, The Fighting Chance, opposite Swedish starlet Anna Q. Nilsson.
The film stars Anna Q. Nilsson, Conrad Nagel, Clarence Burton, Dorothy Davenport, Herbert Prior, and Ruth Helms.

Silver Theater (radio program)

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From 1937 to 1947, he hosted and directed the radio program Silver Theater.
Conrad Nagel was the initial host.

Motion Picture & Television Fund

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In 1940, Nagel was given an Honorary Academy Award for his work with the Motion Picture Relief Fund.
The MPTF was created by such industry luminaries as Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Conrad Nagel, Milton Sills, Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., and D. W. Griffith.

Hollywood Preview

From September 14, 1955 to June 1, 1956, Nagel hosted Hollywood Preview, a 30-minute show on the DuMont Television Network which featured Hollywood stars with clips of upcoming films.
The show, hosted by actor Conrad Nagel, featured Hollywood stars and clips of upcoming films.

Lynn Merrick

His second wife was actress Lynn Merrick.
In 1948, Merrick and her husband at the time, Conrad Nagel, appeared in summer stock theater in Pennsylvania, New York, and Connecticut.

Tod Browning

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In 1927, Nagel starred alongside Lon Chaney Sr., Marceline Day, Henry B. Walthall and Polly Moran in the now lost Tod Browning directed horror film, London After Midnight.
London After Midnight (1927) was Browning's first foray into the vampire genre and is a highly sought-after lost film which starred Chaney, Conrad Nagel, and Marceline Day.

Academy Honorary Award

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In 1940, Nagel was given an Honorary Academy Award for his work with the Motion Picture Relief Fund.

Fool's Paradise (film)

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Fool's Paradise (1921) as Arthur Phelps
The film stars Dorothy Dalton and Conrad Nagel and was based on the short story "Laurels and the Lady" by Leonard Merrick.

Keokuk, Iowa

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Born in Keokuk, Iowa, into an upper-middle-class family, he was the son of a musician father, Frank, and a mother, Frances (née Murphy), who was a locally praised singer.
Conrad Nagel, actor and a founder of the Academy Awards

Unseen Forces

Unseen Forces (1920) as Clyde Brunton
Unseen Forces is an extant 1920 silent film drama directed by Sidney Franklin and starring Sylvia Breamer and Conrad Nagel.

Saturday Night (1922 film)

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Saturday Night (1922) as Richard Prentiss
Saturday Night is a 1922 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Leatrice Joy, Conrad Nagel, and Edith Roberts.

Broadway to Hollywood

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He then hosted the popular TV game show Celebrity Time from 1948 to 1952 and the DuMont Television Network program Broadway to Hollywood from 1953 to 1954.
Putnam left in February 1951 and was replaced by Bill Slater until 1953, after which Conrad Nagel took the reins until the show's end on July 15, 1954.

Cheaper to Marry

Cheaper to Marry (1925) as Dick Tyler
Cheaper to Marry is a 1925 American film starring Conrad Nagel, Lewis Stone, Marguerite De La Motte and Paulette Duval.

Midsummer Madness (1921 film)

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Midsummer Madness (1920) as Julian Osborne
The film was directed by William C. deMille, and stars Jack Holt, Conrad Nagel, Lois Wilson, and Lila Lee.

Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1924 film)

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Tess of the d'Urbervilles was a 1924 American silent drama film starring Blanche Sweet, and Conrad Nagel.

Name the Man

Name the Man (1924) as Victor Stowell
Conrad Nagel - Victor Stowell

Sacred and Profane Love (film)

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Sacred and Profane Love (1921) as Emilie Diaz, a pianist
This film was directed by William Desmond Taylor and starred Elsie Ferguson with Conrad Nagel.

The Rendezvous (1923 film)

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The Rendezvous (1923) as Walter Stanford
The Rendezvous is a 1923 silent film adventure melodrama with comedic overtones directed by Marshall Neilan and starring Richard Travers, Conrad Nagel, Lucille Ricksen and Syd Chaplin.

The Impossible Mrs. Bellew

The Impossible Mrs. Bellew (1922) as John Helstan
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