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Michael Jackson's 'One More Chance' Footage to Be Released in Boxset

October 14, 2010 (6:00 am) GMT
Scenes from the clip, which were never seen before, as well as the full version of 'Black or White' will be included in the DVD boxset due November.

Previously unseen footage from 's "One More Chance" video is set to be released as part of a DVD boxset of his hits. Michael Jackson's Vision will feature the King of Pop's complete video library, all restored and revamped for the collectors' item.

It will include the full version of "Black or White", complete with allegedly violent footage and clips showing the singer gyrating, which had to be cut from the 1991 single release. But the highlight of the boxset will be the scenes from the short film Jackson shot for "One More Chance", which was never released after he hit the headlines for allegations of child molestation in 2003.

The boxset, which features four-and-a-half hours of material, will be released on November 22.

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