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Unlike many other silent films stars, Nagel had little difficulty transitioning to talkies and spent the next several decades being very well received in high-profile films as a character actor.
He was also frequently heard on radio and made many notable appearances on television.
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From 1949 to 1952, he hosted the popular TV game show Celebrity Time and, from 1953 to 1954, the Du Mont Television Network program Broadway to Hollywood.
With his 6-foot-tall (1.8 m) frame, blue eyes, and wavy blond hair; the young, Midwestern Nagel was seen by studio executives as a potentially wholesome matinee idol whose unpretentious all-American charm would surely appeal to the nation's nascent film-goers.
Nagel was immediately cast in film roles that cemented his unspoiled lover image.
The 21-year gap between his appearances in 19 is a record for an Oscar ceremonies host.
Nagel was the announcer for Alec Templeton Time, a musical variety program on NBC Radio in the summer of 1939.