|Western Pacific Agent|
|Directed by||Sam Newfield|
|Produced by||Irving Kay and Sigmund Neufeld|
|Screenplay by||Fred Myton|
Milton Raison (story)
|Edited by||Carl Pierson|
|Distributed by||Lippert Pictures|
Western Pacific Agent is a 1950 Sigmund Neufeld Productions crime drama directed by Sam Newfield and starring Kent Taylor, Sheila Ryan, and Mickey Knox. The picture was written by Fred Myton based on a story by Milton Raison. It was released in West Germany as Jack der Killer.
In the present-day American West, detectives for the Western Pacific Railroad investigate several murders, including one of a railroad detective killed during a train robbery.
- Kent Taylor as Rod Kendall
- Sheila Ryan as Martha Stuart
- Mickey Knox as Frank Wickens
- Morris Carnovsky as Joe 'Pop' Wickens
- Robert Lowery as Bill Stuart