'This book is an important new source of information about early itinerant cinema. . A fair-minded and well-researched account. One of the advantages of the author being Haggar's great-grandson is that he has been able to use autobiographical and family manusript accounts and a number of pertinent advertisements for Haggar's films. While the book offers much in the way of anecdote, ther eis also a good deal of analysis and some helpful context for early fairground cinema.'