Michael Jackson's Vision Trailer

Michael Jackson's Vision Trailer (2010)

22 November 2010 Music 270 mins

Packaged as a deluxe boxed set, Michael Jackson’s Vision contains more than four-and-one-half hours of content across three DVDs, capturing the entire spectrum of Michael’s pioneering short films that transformed the entertainment industry with timeless, pop culture classics that today’s youth embrace with as much passion as their parents did a generation earlier. Michael Jackson's Vision brings together more than 40 videos, ten of them previously unavailable on DVD and each presented in newly restored color and remastered audio. And this release marks the debut of the short film for the R. Kelly-penned "One More Chance."

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Michael Jackson's Vision Trailer

Michael Jackson's Vision (Bonus Disc) Trailer

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Michael Jackson's Vision (Disc One) Trailer

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United States 22 November 2010

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