At :36, Walter Yetnikoff begins with Michael at CBX. Off the Wall sells 15 million records at 1:18. At one point Thriller was selling a million records a week in the U.S. and Jackson was making $5 per record, at 1:45. At 4:40 Michael estatlished as the king of music videos and at 5:53 as the best dancer ever. At 8:11, a MUST SEE look at Henry Vaccaro inside a storage locker with an intimate view of Michael's belongings.
A continuation of the Vaccaro interview and at 1:03 Vaccaro shows a file cabinet with Janet and Michael's contracts in it, some sketches Michael made and stunning photographs of Katherine at 2:24. Vaccaro estimates that there are 3 boxes that contain only Michael's belongings at 3:18. Bob Giraldi on the Pepsi accident at 4:41 and that MJ made $5 million for a year of endorsement deals with Pepsi at 5:27. Great footage of the Sultan of Brunei's birthday bash at 9:24, in which he made $1 million for the night.
Michael's real estate investments at 1:30. At 2:30, Vaccaro shows Neverland contract, which shows purchase price at $17 million. A visit to a New York townhouse that Michael rented during the making of Invincible at 4:09. Lies about Michael and McCartney and the Northern song catalog at 8:18.
At the beginning of part 5, Uri Gellar states that Michael's "main ambition is to help humanity" (0:06). Footage of Jordan Chandler as a young adult at 2:24, Friedman BS at 3:24 and at 4:30. Vaccaro showing what he calls skin bleaching agent at 8:46, and at 9:11 Vaccaro shows sketches of Michael's nose.
Part 6 is unremarkable and heavily negatively biased. I just wanted to put it in there because it finishes the entire long show. A big thanks to VindicateMJ blog and I believe David Edwards. I will have another blog regarding more information on Vintage Pop Media and another court dispute tonight.