Susanne DePasse Talks More About Motown 25 DVD Release

would love to own the Motown 25 3 disc DVD set


Sources: Detroit Free Press – By Brian McCollum | All Things Michael


It was the show that sent Michael Jackson into the stratosphere, burnished Diana Ross’ diva reputation and gave Marvin Gaye a final high-profile stage.

But it took 31 years for “Motown 25” to make it onto DVD, which will happen Tuesday when the historic broadcast is issued by TimeLife in both a three-disc set and six-disc deluxe version, with digitally restored video and a 5.1 surround mix.

“Motown 25,” celebrating the Detroit-born label’s quarter-century anniversary, was taped at L.A.’s Pasadena Civic Auditorium in March 1983 and aired two months later for an NBC audience of 47 million.

The two-hour program hit a cultural sweet spot, luring young viewers for Jackson and drawing Baby Boomers whose ’60s nostalgia was kicking into high gear. Both audiences got what they wanted: Jackson, whose “Thriller” was taking over the world that spring, served…

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Prince Jackson Looks Sharp On The Red Carpet At The True Blood Final Season Premiere (Updated)

looking Superfly like his daddy at the TRUEBLOOD premiere


Source: Daily Mail – By Mike Larkin / All Things Michael


It was sure to be a Thriller.

So no wonder Prince Jackson looked so excited when he turned up at the final season premiere of True Blood in Hollywood on Tuesday.

The jolly teenager flashed peace signs at his fans in the crowd as he lapped up the attention at the bustling event.

The 17-year-old showed some of the swagger of his old man Michael as he sauntered down the red carpet.


He looked quite the dashing young chap in a black suit, smart leather shoes and pullover.

No doubt the Prince Of Pop’s eldest son was excited to be seeing show favorites such as Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer and Joe Manganiello in the flesh.


The popular show is finally coming to an end after six sizzling series at the top.
Series seven promises to be as gripping as…

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