George Nader’s first featuring part was in Robot Monster (1953) a 3-D movie directed by Phil Tucker. Despite the fact that the film is recalled principally as “one of the most exceedingly awful movies at any point made,” it was monetarily effective and prompted more unmistakable parts in different movies.
He was in Rustlers on Horseback (1950) for Republic Pictures while at the same time showing up in front of an audience in ‘summer and smoke’ at the Pasadena Playhouse.
George Nader played Paulette Goddard in Sins of Jezebel (1953) and had a supporting part in Carnival Story (1954). He was the male love enthusiasm for Miss Robin Crusoe (1954) at Fox.
George Nader also had little parts in You’re in the Navy Now (1951), The Prowler (1951), Take Care of My Little Girl (1951), The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel (1951), and Two Tickets to Broadway (1951). George Nader had a greater part in a Tim Holt Western, Overland Telegraph (1951), and a dramatization, Monsoon (1952).
He also starred in a film called GI Smith, yet it was never made. He had unbilled bit parts in the studio films Phone Call from a Stranger (1951) and Down among the Sheltering Palms (1952).
His first film for Universal was a Western; ‘Four Guns to the Border’ (1954), wherein George Nader was cast after Rory Calhoun and Colleen Miller. He tailed it with Six Bridges to Cross (1955), supporting Tony Curtis and Julie Adams in a part that Chandler had turned down.
George Nader was elevated to lead in The Second Greatest Sex (1955) opposite Jeanne Crain and in Lady Godiva of Coventry (1955) opposite Maureen O’Hara, venturing in for Chandler once more. In 1955, he won a Golden Globe Award for “Most Promising Newcomer.”
He featured opposite Virginia Mayo in Congo Crossing (1956) and was second-charged to Chandler in Universal’s costly war epic Away All Boats (1956). He was Esther Williams’ driving man in The Unguarded Moment (1956), which featured a youthful John Saxon.
George Nader had top credits for acting in Four Girls around the local area (1957) and Man Afraid (1957). Nader upheld Audie Murphy in Joe Butterfly (1957), a military parody. He had the lead in Appointment with a Shadow (1958) and Flood Tide (1958).
He had Hedy Lamar’s affection enthusiasm for The Female Animal (1958), supplanting John Gavin. He had the featuring part in ‘nowhere to go’, a 1958 British wrongdoing show including the screen introduction of Maggie Smith.
After George Nader was done in films, he swung to writing. His 1978 novel “Chrome” softened significant ground up that it was the primary science fiction spine chiller to have a gay topic (gay robots!).