Although it’s a typical B-movie Western tale of revenge, Panhandle stands apart from the mass of similar movies Hollywood churned out in the 1940s and ’50s thanks to assured direction in a genre with which he was all-too familiar from Leslie Selander, and an unusually competent script that observes the conventions of the genre while managing to inject a measure of individuality one would expect to find from a much more prestigious production. — Richard Cross
— Seems like nothing happens around here without your say-so.
— That’s right.
— Tell me, what do you do when it rains?
— I generally go inside.
Une bonne surprise. — Bertrand Tavernier