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Great Job, Internet!: In 1996, That Thing You Do! gave the world an earworm for the ages

Twenty years ago, Hollywood leading man Tom Hanks made his debut as a writer-director with the nostalgia-driven musical comedy That Thing You Do! Set in 1964 and dripping with LBJ-era production design, the film details the quick rise and fall of an American rock band called The Wonders (formerly—and confusingly—The One-ders), which scores a bouncy, Beatlesque Top 10 smash single before disintegrating.
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