Colin Hanks

actor, producer and director

Guest

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

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