A joint memoir by Ron and Clint Howard overflows with gratitude for their family, their careers, and their lives.
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n the early Seventies, when Ron Howard was desperate to break into directing movies but couldn’t figure out a way to secure financing, a new kind of motion picture was starting to prove immensely profitable in theaters. The idea struck 18-year-old Ron that he could rake in a lot of money quickly, and use the cash to spring into independent filmmaking, if only he directed and starred in a porn movie. He had a killer title lined up: Opie Gets Laid.
Howard thought better of the idea (which he never shared with his girlfriend or his parents), and things shortly began …