Appeared (Broadway debut) in "Forever After" on Broadway. Written by Owen Davis
. Central Theatre (moved to The Playhouse Theatre from 23 Dec 1918-close): 9 Sep 1918-Jun 1919 (closing date unknown/312 performances). Cast: J.R. Armstrong, Alice Brady
, Maxwell Driscoll, Frank Hatch, John Paul Jones, Isabel Lamon, Frederick Manatt,...
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Mr. Conrad Nagel
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I was never a big star, so I never had a role like Moses or D'Artagnan. But being assigned to 31 pictures in 24 months, I had an opportunity to play every type of part. The variety, though, didn't keep me from becoming a drug on the market. My wife would say, "Well, let's go out and see a movie tonight." We'd get in the car and discover that I'm playing at the Paramount Theater. And I'm playing ...
Active on Broadway from 1918 to 1962. Tall, blue-eyed matinee idol of the 1920's, successfully making the transition to sound. Towards the end of his film career, acted as host for radio and TV shows. Awarded a Special Oscar in 1947 for his work on the Motion Picture relief Fund.