Anne Nagel (1915-1966) was an American actress. She got her start in film by appearing in a series of experimental Technicolor shorts directed by her stepfather. In 1932, she got a contract at Warner Brothers, where she appeared primarily in their lower budget features, often uncredited. She then moved to Universal Studios, where her most notable role was as Lenore Case in the serials The Green Hornet and The Green Hornet Strikes Again!. Leaving Universal, she found herself only able to get roles at the Poverty Row studios and her career never managed to recover.