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Dangerous: The Short Films

Dangerous: The Short Films
Video by Michael Jackson
Released 1993 (VHS, Laser disc & double Video CD)
2000 (DVD)
Recorded 1991–93
Genre Pop
Length 112 minutes
Label Epic Music Video
Director Various
Producer Various
Michael Jackson chronology
Making Michael Jackson's Thriller
Dangerous: The Short Films
Video Greatest Hits – HIStory

Dangerous: The Short Films is a collection of music videos from the Dangerous album by Michael Jackson released initially on VHS, Laser Disc and double Video CD (in Asia market only) in 1993 and reissued on DVD in 2000. It was re-packaged with Dangerous in a two disc set in 2008.

Track listing

  1. "Intro"
  2. "Brace Yourself"
  3. "Reaction to Black or White"
  4. "Black or White"
  5. "Black or White: Behind the Scenes"
  6. "Grammy Legend Award 1993"
  7. "Heal the World" (Super Bowl XXVII halftime version)
  8. "Remember the Time: Behind the Scenes"
  9. "Remember the Time"
  10. "Will You Be There"
  11. "In the Closet: Behind the Scenes"
  12. "In the Closet"
  13. "Ryan White"
  14. "Gone Too Soon"
  15. "NAACP Image Awards"
  16. "Jam: Behind the Scenes"
  17. "Jam"
  18. "Introduction to Heal the World"
  19. "Heal the World"
  20. "Give In to Me"
  21. "I'll Be There" (Pepsi commercial)
  22. "Who Is It"
  23. "Dangerous: Behind the Scenes"
  24. "Dangerous"
  25. "Credits" ("Why You Wanna Trip on Me")
  • Note: The Pepsi commercial was slightly edited; almost all Pepsi references in the original were replaced with archive Jackson 5 pictures and video.


Country Certification Sales
Australia 2× Platinum[1] 30,000
Germany Platinum[2] 50,000
Mexico 3× Platinum[3] 100,000
Spain Gold[4] 10,000
USA 3× Platinum[5] 300,000


  1. ^ ARIA Charts
  2. ^ "Gold-/Platin-Datenbank ('Dangerous%20%E2%80%93%20The%20Short%20Films')" (in German).  
  4. ^ Promusicae
  5. ^ RIAA
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