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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Thriller Makes History... Again

It's still hard to believe that Michael Jackson is gone.  I have my moments where I'm groovin' and then it hits me... he's dead!  But one thing that will never die is his musical legacy.  And now, a major part of that legacy will live forever at the Library of Congress.

Today, the Library announced it added "Thriller" to its National Film Registry.  To make the cut, the film has to be deemed ‚Äúculturally, historically or aesthetically significant to be preserved for all time."  "Thriller" is the first music video to make the Registry.  The 14 minute video is among 25 films added to the 2009 list which includes "The Muppet Movie" of 1979 and the 1975 bank robbery drama "Dog Day Afternoon."

The Library of Congress described the video as a lavish production that "revolutionized the music industry."  True dat!

I guess this means Ola Ray makes history too, huh?

*runs to kitchen and does Thriller dance break routine*


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At Wednesday, December 30, 2009 at 9:34:00 PM EST , Blogger .::.~*Dovie*Lee*~.::. said...

dont slip in ur socks...better wait til healthcare is in effect if u


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