Clint Howard headed to Lake Highlands for ‘Cotton Candy’ showing

Actor Charles Martin Smith (left) with Ron Howard (right) and his parents in the LHHS cafeteria during the filming of Cotton Candy. Photo by Marc Goebel

Alamo Drafthouse has moved the location of its 40th anniversary screening of Ron Howard’s ‘Cotton Candy’ from Richardson to Lake Highlands.

The film, shot at Lake Highlands High School and Town East Mall in Mesquite, will play at 7:20 p.m. May 25 and include remarks by star Clint Howard, Ron’s real-life brother and frequent collaborator.

More information is available on the Alamo website here.

By |2019-05-15T08:19:08-05:00May 15th, 2019|Entertainment, Events, Lake Highlands High School, Movies, News|0 Comments

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