Michael Jackson's Top 10 videos
7. 'Black or White' (1991)
Yes, this call for racial harmony begins with a young post- “Home Alone” McCauley Culkin and George Wendt in an extraneous opening (and a hilariously dated bling-wearing, fake-rapping Culkin), as well as a time-traveling Jackson dancing with Masai warriors and Russian cossacks, the real star of the John Landis-directed clip was the shape-shifting new digital technology toward the end that allowed talking heads of all different ethnic groups to morph into each other. A controversial ending that featured Jackson, morphing from a black panther into himself, climbing on top of a car and smashing it was later removed.