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Michael Jackson: The Life Of An Icon

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2011
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155 min
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Michael Jackson: The Life Of An Icon, On Demand Movie, Special Interest

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Plot: Go behind the headlines as producer and television star David Gest, Michael Jackson's mother Katherine, brother Tito, sister Rebbie and more than fifty friends, peers and associates share intimate and fascinating stories about the singer's celebrated life and career. Featuring performance footage as well as never-before-seen family photography, Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon is a powerful behind-the-scenes account of the King of Pop's life, providing fresh insight into his early years with the Jackson 5, his rise to global superstardom, to the final moments before his sudden death in 2009.
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