Michael Jackson video set to be released
NEW YORK (AP) -- Michael Jackson's complete library of videos is being restored and rereleased, as well as a never-released clip for his song "One More Chance."
The "Michael Jackson's Vision" boxed set is due out on Nov. 22 and includes 4 1/2 hours worth of material, including the full version of "Black or White," which was cut short after its initial release due to violent imagery and Jackson's gyrations.
Jackson made a short film for the song "One More Chance," but it was never released. He was charged with sexual molestation in 2003, right around the time the single was released. He was acquitted in that case.
Other videos include Martin Scorsese (Scor-say-zee)-direc ted "Bad" and his most famous video, "Thriller."
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