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Eleven-year-old Cooper Callaghan knows how to have fun, especially while living in what he calls "the greatest neighborhood in the world." Summer days are filled with elaborate games, adventures and the occasional practical joke on his temperamental older sister, Penny. But when Castle Hills' favorite grandpa, Mr. Wilson, loses something dear to him and his wife, Cooper and his friends face a mission that may be impossible to complete. With only a handful of hours before Mrs. Wilson arrives home for the big July 4th celebration, Cooper must search every corner of the community, out-smart his sister and overcome his own pride to save the day.Written by
Castle Hills, a community just a few minutes north of Dallas,Texas, is a unique and special place and this movie is a unique and special way to tell the world about it. The movie was planned as a community experience that allowed residents to participate as cast and crew, and it showcases the aspects of how people live, work and play in Castle Hills. Families get to know each other there, kids ride their bikes to the school in the heart of neighborhood and friends come together on the plaza especially when it comes time to solve a mystery, like lead character Cooper does in this movie! "Cooper & the Castle Hills Gang" premiered at the 2011 Dallas International Film Festival as part of the festival's Family Day events. It is a fun, family movie and tells a great story.
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