The songs were just part of the Thriller craze. The Moonwalk itself became a sensation. The video featured a narrative story that started with Jackson and an on-screen girlfriend Playboy Playmate Ola Ray watching a movie about a werewolf. The couple left early from the movie and as they started walking home , ghouls began emerging from a graveyard. When the ghouls met Jackson and Ray on the street, Jackson transformed from a handsome young man into a decomposing zombie with incredible make-up artistry; he then led a posse of undead in a choreographed dance routine that remains popular today.
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The rest of the video had Ray running from the ghouls and then when she was almost captured, the scary images disappeared and what was left was Jackson in his regular form. However, as a surprise ending, the final scene shows Jackson, with his arm around Ray, turning back to the camera with glowing yellow eyes, while you hear the cackling of horror-narrator Vincent Price in the background.
When the video first appeared on MTV on December 2, , it captured the imaginations of young and old and impressed everyone with the intensive make-up and special effects.
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