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Gone Too Soon

      

The World première of the video clip took place in November 1993.
The video clip is starring Ryan White, a close friend of Michael Jackson. Ryan White died in 1990 of AIDS.
Michael Jackson appears in the video in some sequences, one of them being at the funeral service held in Indiana
along with 1500 other mourners including Barbara Bush, Elton John, Phil Donahue and football star Howie Long of Ryan's favorite team, the "Los Angeles Raiders".
Video clip produced by Paul Surratt. Directed by: Bill DiCicco [1993]


Will You Be There

     

The World première of the video clip took place on May 1993.
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson.
There are two versions of the clip - the first one without sequences of the movie "Free Willy" and the second version with sequences of the movie in order to push the promotion of it. Choreography by Michael Jackson and Vincent Paterson.
Video clip produced by Joel Gallen and Ute Leonhardt. Directed by: Vincent Paterson [1993]


Whatzupwitu

     

The World première of the video clip took place on April 15, 1993 on Fox and BET.
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson and actor Eddie Murphy as well as the Boys Choir of Harlem.
The video clip has been released on DVD in Japan.
The DVD named "Music Video Clip! Dance 4" is a compilation of video clips from several popular artists.
Japan is the only country where the video clip has been commercially released so far. Directed by: Wayne Isham [1993]


Give Into Me

       

The World première of the video clip took place on February 10, 1993 during the worldwide live telecast from Neverland Valley
of "Michael Jackson Talks... To Oprah". The interview attracted around 100 million viewers.
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson and Slash. Shooting of the video clip took place in Munich, Germany.
Video clip produced by Phil Rose and Warren Hewlett. Staging Michael Jackson. Directed by: Andy Moharan [1993]


Heal The World

     

The World première of the video clip took place in November 1992.
The video clip is starring children all around the world. Michael Jackson does not appear in the video clip.
Video clip produced by Suellen Wagner and Vincent Joliet. Directed by: Joe Pytka [1992]


Who Is It

       

The World première of the video clip took place on July 13, 1992 on BBC2's "Def II" during the Michael Jackson Special.
On July 14, 1992 the video clip is withdrawn by Michael because he is said to be unhappy with the editing and angry about its early release. The video is later re-released in a re-edited version.
The video clip was not released in the U.S.A..
On March 31, 1993 following Michael's a cappella rendition of "Who Is It" during the Oprah interview, US radio stations are swamped with requests for the single. Sony react quickly and decide to release "Who Is It" instead of "Give In To Me" as the next single.
In order to increase public interest in the song, Sony, in collaboration with MTV, devise a competition whereby entrants
are to create a video to Michael's "Who Is It".
In May 1993 the accompanying video premièred in the U.S.A. It is a compilation of earlier video clips. The European version of the video is available in the US only on "Dangerous: The Short Films".
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson.
On June 26-27, 1993 "My weekend with Michael", the culmination of the contest in which MTV viewers were invited to make their own videos for Michael's latest single "Who Is It", is broadcast in the U.S.A. Michael picks the winner from three finalists, who are invited to spend a weekend at Neverland Valley. Staging by Michael Jackson.
Video clip produced by Gregg Fienberg and Reid Shane. Directed by: David Fincher [1992]


Jam

     

The World première of the video clip took place on June 19, 1992 on Fox TV, BET and MTV in the U.S.A.
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson, basketball legend Michael Jordan, Heavy D as well as rap duo Kriss Kross.
Responsible for the choreography was Michael Jackson. Michael's make-up was created by Karen Faye.
Video clip produced by Phil Rose. Directed by: Michael Jackson & David Kellogg [1992]


In The Closet

     

The World première of the video clip took place on April 23, 1992 on Fox TV, MTV and BET in the U.S.A.
and on "Top of the Pops" in the U.K.
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson and British top-model Naomi Campbell.
The very sensual video will later be banned by the South African government who deem it to be offensive.
On March 29, 1992, 25 winners of MTV's "My Dinner With Michael" Contest were invited to bring a guest to dinner with Michael
on the set of the video. Michael stayed at the dinner for two hours, talking and even dancing with his guest.
Responsible for the choreography of the hot dance moves was Michael Jackson. Michael's make-up was created by Karen Faye.
Video clip produced by Jane Reardon. Directed by: Herb Ritts & Co-director Michael Jackson [1992]


Remember The Time

     

The World première of the video clip took place on February 02, 1992 on Fox, BET and MTV.
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson, actor Eddie Murphy, topmodel Iman and NBA superstar Magic Johnson.
Responsible for the simply amazing dance routines was choreographer Fatima. Today, Fatima is one of the most respected choreographers around. She was responsible for Julia Stiles' hot dance moves in "Save The Last Dance" and has choreographed video clips for Aaliyah, Mary J. Blidge and many more.
It was reported that, due to lack of time, Michael Jackson impersonator E'Casanova was also featured in the video clip.
Video clip produced by Reid Shane. Directed by: John Singleton [1992]


Black Or White

     

     

The World première of the video clip took place on November 14, 1991 and was broadcasted simultaneously in 27 countries
with an estimated audience of 500 million people. It was the largest audience ever to view a music video!
The video clip is starring Michael Jackson, Macauley Culkin, Michael's niece Brandi, Bart and Homer Simpson and
George Wendt [who played Norm in "Cheers"].
Only hours after its première, "Black Or White" was in the TV News around the world. The première of the video was immediately followed by uproar regarding the video's somewhat violent final segment [Panther Scene], which caused widespread controversy. Parents in particular were disturbed by the violence and sex enacted by Michael breaking windows and simulating masturbation. Michael's publicist said that Michael's dance sequence is meant to portray Jackson's interpretation of the panther's wild and
animalistic behavior. Michael agreed to edit out the final 4 minutes of the video, and issued a statement.
But the video was not only a spectacle because of the "Panther Scenes" but also because it was the first music video ever to use the so called "Morphing" Special Effects. This revolutionary technique was used in only 2 movies ["Willow" and "Terminator 2"],
but never before in music videos.
There are two versions of the last sequence of the video - "Panther" part: the first version incl. the "racist graffity sprayings" on the car as well as on the window of a building; and the second version where those "graffity parts" had been edited out.
Responsible for the choreography are Michael Jackson and Vincent Paterson. Panther Sequences choreographed by Michael Jackson.
Video clip produced by Reid Shane. Directed by: John Landis [1991]




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