Don Hahn

“Howard” Director

“Howard” Director

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The new documentary “Howard,” directed by Don Hahn, is an intimate portrait of the life of lyricist Howard Ashman, who worked on the soundtracks for beloved Broadway musicals and…

Remembering beloved ‘Little Mermaid’ lyricist through the Disney+ documentary ‘Howard’

The new documentary “Howard,” directed by Don Hahn, is an intimate portrait of the life of lyricist Howard Ashman, who worked on the soundtracks for beloved Broadway musicals and…

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