Conrad Nagel


Actor
Conrad Nagel

About

Birth Place
Keokuk, Iowa, USA
Born
March 16, 1897
Died
February 24, 1970

Biography

Conrad Nagel was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Nagel began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "Nice People" (1922), "The Impossible Mrs. Bellew" (1922) and "Saturday Night" (1922). He also appeared in "Sinners in Silk" (1924), "Dance Madness" (1926) and "The Waning Sex" (1926). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Dyna...

Family & Companions

Lynn Merrick
Wife
Actor. Married December 22, 1945.

Biography

Conrad Nagel was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Nagel began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "Nice People" (1922), "The Impossible Mrs. Bellew" (1922) and "Saturday Night" (1922). He also appeared in "Sinners in Silk" (1924), "Dance Madness" (1926) and "The Waning Sex" (1926). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Dynamite" (1929), "Kid Gloves" (1929) and "The Hollywood Revue of 1929" (1929). He also appeared in "A Lady Surrenders" (1930). Nearing the end of his career, he tackled roles in "The Man Called Back" (1932), the drama "Ann Vickers" (1933) with Irene Dunne and "The Marines Are Coming" (1934). He also appeared in "Yellow Cargo" (1936) and the Joan Bennett comedy "Wedding Present" (1936). Nagel was most recently credited in "The Kiss" (1991). Nagel passed away in February 1970 at the age of 73.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Love Takes Flight (1937)
Director

Cast (Feature Film)

The Man Who Understood Women (1959)
G. K.
A Stranger in My Arms (1959)
Harley Beasley
Hidden Fear (1957)
Arthur Miller
All That Heaven Allows (1956)
Harvey
The Vicious Circle (1948)
Karl Nemesch
Stage Struck (1948)
Lt. Williams
Forever Yours (1945)
Dr. Randall
Adventures of Rusty (1945)
Hugh Mitchell
Dangerous Journey (1944)
Narration spoken by
I Want a Divorce (1940)
David Holland, Sr.
The Mad Empress (1939)
Maximilian
Navy Spy (1937)
Alan O'Connor
The Gold Racket (1937)
Alan O'Connor
Bank Alarm (1937)
Alan O'Connor
The Girl from Mandalay (1936)
John Foster
Yellow Cargo (1936)
Allan O'Connor
Wedding Present (1936)
Roger Dodacker
Ball At Savoy (1936)
Death Flies East (1935)
John [Robinson] Gordon
One New York Night (1935)
Kent
Dangerous Corner (1934)
Robert [Chatfield]
The Marines Are Coming (1934)
Captain Benton
One Hour Late (1934)
Stephen Barclay
The Constant Woman (1933)
Walt Underwood
Ann Vickers (1933)
Lindsey Atwell
Divorce in the Family (1932)
Dr. [Phil] Shumaker
The Man Called Back (1932)
Dr. David Yorke
Fast Life (1932)
[Clarence] Burton
Hell Divers (1932)
Duke [Johnson]
Kongo (1932)
Kingsland
Son of India (1931)
William Darsay
The Reckless Hour (1931)
Edward Adams
The Pagan Lady (1931)
Ernest Todd
Free Love (1931)
Stephen Ferrier
Three Who Loved (1931)
John Hanson
The Right of Way (1931)
Charley "Beauty" Steele also known as Charles Mallard
Bad Sister (1931)
Dick Lindley
East Lynne (1931)
Robert Carlyle
Numbered Men (1930)
Bertie Gray
Today (1930)
Fred Warner
The Ship From Shanghai (1930)
Howard Vazey
Second Wife (1930)
Walter Fairchild
Du Barry, Woman of Passion (1930)
Cosse de Brissac
The Divorcee (1930)
Paul
One Romantic Night (1930)
Dr. Nicholas Haller
A Lady Surrenders (1930)
Winthrop
Redemption (1930)
Victor
The Kiss (1929)
André
The Redeeming Sin (1929)
Dr. Raoul de Boise
The Sacred Flame (1929)
Col. Maurice Taylor
The Thirteenth Chair (1929)
Richard Crosby
Dynamite (1929)
Roger Towne
Kid Gloves (1929)
Kid Gloves
The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929)
The Idle Rich (1929)
William Van Luyn
Red Wine (1928)
Charles H. Cook
The Mysterious Lady (1928)
Karl von Heinersdorff
Glorious Betsy (1928)
Jérôme Bonaparte
State Street Sadie (1928)
Ralph Blake
Tenderloin (1928)
Chuck White
Caught in the Fog (1928)
Bob Vickers
The Michigan Kid (1928)
Jimmy Cowan, the Michigan Kid
Diamond Handcuffs (1928)
The Husband, John
London After Midnight (1927)
Arthur Hibbs
Quality Street (1927)
Dr. Valentine Brown
Heaven on Earth (1927)
Edmond Durand
If I Were Single (1927)
Ted Howard
Slightly Used (1927)
Maj. John Smith
The Girl From Chicago (1927)
Handsome Joe
London After Midnight (Reconstruction) (1927)
The Waning Sex (1926)
Philip Barry
Tin Hats (1926)
Jack Benson
Memory Lane (1926)
Jimmy Holt
There You Are (1926)
George Fenwick
Dance Madness (1926)
Roger Halladay
The Exquisite Sinner (1926)
Dominique Prad
Pretty Ladies (1925)
Maggie's dream lover
Sun-Up (1925)
Rufe
Excuse Me (1925)
Harry Mallory
The Only Thing (1925)
Duke of Chevenix
Lights of Old Broadway (1925)
Dirk De Rhondo
Cheaper To Marry (1925)
Dick Tyler
Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1924)
Angel Clare
Married Flirts (1924)
Perley Rex
Name the Man (1924)
Victor Stowell
So This Is Marriage (1924)
Peter Marsh
Three Weeks (1924)
Paul Verdayne
Sinners in Silk (1924)
Brock Farley
The Snob (1924)
Herrick Appleton
The Rejected Woman (1924)
John Leslie
Lawful Larceny (1923)
Andrew Dorsey
The Rendezvous (1923)
Walter Stanford
Grumpy (1923)
Ernest Heron
Bella Donna (1923)
Nigel Armine
Hate (1922)
Dick Talbot
Singed Wings (1922)
Peter Gordon
Saturday Night (1922)
Richard Wynbrook Prentiss, her fiancé
Nice People (1922)
Scotty Wilbur
Fool's Paradise (1922)
Arthur Phelps
The Impossible Mrs. Bellew (1922)
John Helstan
The Ordeal (1922)
Dr. Robert Acton
Sacred and Profane Love (1921)
Emilie Diaz, a pianist
What Every Woman Knows (1921)
John Shand
Midsummer Madness (1921)
Julian Osborne
The Lost Romance (1921)
Allen Erskine, M. D.
The Fighting Chance (1920)
Stephen Siward
Unseen Forces (1920)
Clyde Brunton
Little Women (1919)
Laurie
Redhead (1919)
Matthew Thurlow
The Lion and the Mouse (1919)
Jefferson Ryder

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

One Million B.C. (1940)
Narr

Cast (Short)

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 1925 Studio Tour (1925)
Himself

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Redemption (1930) - I'm Afraid I'm A Barbarian Still in the opening scene, Russian playboy Fedya (John Gilbert) revels with his Gypsy friends, especially Renée Adorée as Masha, when he’s distracted by Lisa (Eleanor Boardman) and old friend Victor (Conrad Nagel), in MGM’s Redemption 1930, remotely based on a Tolstoy play.
All That Heaven Allows (1955) - So Few Widows Wear It Escorted by stately Harvey (Conrad Nagel), Connecticut widow Cary (Jane Wyman) turns heads at the country club, cruelly greeted by Mona (Jacqueline de Wit), defended by Sara (Agnes Moorehead) then jumped by Howard (Donald Curtis), social tumult in Douglas Sirk's All That Heaven Allows, 1955.
One Million B.C. (1940) - The Saga Concerns Two Tribes Hiding from a storm in the Alps, climbers addressed by a scholar they met in a cave (Conrad Nagel), only too willing to reveal what he's learned, offering Carole Landis and Victor Mature as models for the story he's deduced, opening Hal Roach's One Million B.C., 1940.
Kongo (1932) - Suck Lemons Joining the first conversation between crippled vengeful African ivory trader-bandit Flint (Walter Huston) and drunken/addicted doctor Kingsland (Conrad Nagel), joined by his crony Cookie (Forrester Harvey), and his mistress (Lupe Velez), hatching a plot, in MGM’s Kongo, 1932.
Kongo (1932) - Have You Ever Seen Such An Adonis? Opening MGM’s pre-Code dark jungle revenge-exploitation drama, Walter Huston is Flint, with aides Cookie and Hogan (Forrester Harvey, Mitchell Lewis) Lupe Velez his mistress Tula, his motives not yet clear but his character well-drawn, William Cowen directing, in Kongo, 1932.
Divorcee, The (1930) - Any Way She Likes Norma Shearer (as "Jerry"), in an early provocative role, with husband Ted (Chester Morris) discovering she's not so comfortable after all with their "open" marriage, in The Divorcee, 1930.
Reckless Hour, The (1931) - I Saw Her First Non-affluent Jersey girl Margaret (Dorothy Mackaill) on the town with her playboy date Allen (Walter Byron), who runs into his married illustrator pal Ed (Conrad Nagel), and isn't entirely kidding when he asserts his claim, in the pre-Code melodrama The Reckless Hour, 1931.
Kiss, The (1929) - We Can't Go On Meeting Like This Opening scene in MGM's version of Lyons, and an opening (though silent) line from suitor Andre (Conrad Nagel) which must have been said before, to married Irene (Greta Garbo, in her last non-talking picture) from The Kiss, 1929.
Divorcee, The (1930) - Hear It And Weep! Norma Shearer (as "Jerry") with all three of her will-be lovers, Ted (Chester Morris), whom she's about to marry, and Don (Robert Montgomery) and Paul (Conrad Nagel) who'll come later, in an early scene from The Divorcee, 1930.

Companions

Lynn Merrick
Wife
Actor. Married December 22, 1945.

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