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His remains are interred at the Lutheran Cemetery in Warsaw, Illinois.In 1940, Nagel was given an Honorary Academy Award for his work with the Motion Picture Relief Fund.His first film was the 1918 retelling of the Louisa May Alcott classic, Little Women, which quickly captured the public's attention and set Nagel on a path to silent film stardom.His breakout role came in the 1920 film, The Fighting Chance, opposite Swedish starlet Anna Q. In 1918, Nagel joined The Lambs, the historical theater club.



He served as president of the organization from 1932 to 1933.His father, Frank, became dean of the music conservatory at Highland Park College and when Nagel was three, the family moved to Des Moines.After graduating from Highland Park College at Des Moines, Iowa, Nagel left for California to pursue a career in the relatively new medium of motion pictures where he garnered instant attention from the Hollywood studio executives.After the Louisiana Purchase, people laid the foundation for an agriculture-based economy in the heart of the Corn Belt.