Colin Hanks

actor, producer and director

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American actor; director of the documentary All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records

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Colin Hanks shares his lengthy journey of documenting the rise and fall of Tower Records in All Things Must Pass.

Colin Hanks: All Things Must Pass

Colin Hanks shares his lengthy journey of documenting the rise and fall of Tower Records in All Things Must Pass.

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For years, the yellow and red Tower Records logo was familiar to music lovers around the world.

The Rise and Fall of Tower Records

For years, the yellow and red Tower Records logo was familiar to music lovers around the world.

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