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Madonna: The Immaculate Collection [VHS]

4.5 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Madonna, Danny Aiello, Cameron Alborzian, Deke Anderson, Erika Belle
  • Directors: Arthur Pierson, Bruce Logan, David Fincher, Herb Ritts, James Foley
  • Format: PAL, Import
  • Language: English
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Wmv
  • VHS Release Date: 12 Nov. 1990
  • Run Time: 61 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004R6EH
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 133,400 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Track Listing: 1. Lucky Star; 2. Borderline; 3. Like A Virgin; 4. Material Girl; 5. Papa Don't Preach; 6. Open Your Heart; 7. La Isla Bonita; 8. Like A Prayer; 9. Express Yourself; 10. Cherish; 11. Oh Father; 12. Vogue.


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Format: DVD
At first I was not sure about buying the DVD version of this album as I already had the CD and some of my favourites such as Holiday, Crazy For You & Live To Tell were not present. However, after buying it, I now prefer the DVD version. The reason for this is that the songs are in their original form and not mixed like on the CD. Plus videos such as the superbly camp Material Girl, the glossy Express Yourself and the 1940s themed Vogue all stand out as music video classics. Other highlights include the emotional Oh Father and the very early Lucky Star. If you do not own any Madonna albums I would strongly recommend this DVD album and 1989's Like A Prayer on CD.
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These videos were very nicely arranged in a very well organized fashion as you see Madonna from her earlier beginnings with her hair held with a rag, rubber bracelets, lace gloves, hanging crucifixes, cross earrings, and funky nail polish to the short haired Marilyn Monroe style with little or no jewelry, less make-up, diverse hair color changes (wigs), and even a Marie Antoinette costume for the last song (Vogue). It is evident to the viewer that Madonna transforms her persona as the songs progress. There is another video available that has "Burning Up" as well as "Borderline", "Lucky Star", and "Like A Virgin" and is titled, MADONNA (VHS).
The Queen of Pop presents herself with astonishing talent, diversity, drama, and at the same time lets her viewers know that everything she does has a meaning behind it. There are videos of all themes to enjoy from innocent or love ones like "Borderline" and "Like A Virgin" to sexy provocative one's like "Express Yourself" as Madonna is not fully clothed and wears a slave chain around her neck. Other styles to enjoy would include the sentimental ones like "Oh Father" displaying the pains of child abuse or the joys of life like "Cherish". For fans of the other eras you get to see Madonna wearing an identical dress designed for Marilyn Monroe in Howard Hawk's 1953 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes in her song, "Material Girl".
Furthermore, Madonna displays her appeal to reach all her diverse fans as she wears a bolero jacket and Spanish dress for "La Isla Bonita" embracing some of the Hispanic culture--which would later help her in "Evita" and "Take A Bow".
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These videos were very nicely arranged in a very well organized fashion as you see Madonna from her earlier beginnings with her hair held with a rag, rubber bracelets, lace gloves, hanging crucifixes, cross earrings, and funky nail polish to the short haired Marilyn Monroe style with little or no jewelry, less make-up, diverse hair color changes (wigs), and even a Marie Antoinette costume for the last song (Vogue). It is evident to the viewer that Madonna transforms her persona as the songs progress.

The Queen of Pop presents herself with astonishing talent, diversity, drama, and at the same time lets her viewers know that everything she does has a meaning behind it. There are videos of all themes to enjoy from innocent or love ones like "Borderline" and "Like A Virgin" to sexy provocative one's like "Express Yourself" as Madonna is not fully clothed and wears a slave chain around her neck. Other styles to enjoy would include the sentimental ones like "Oh Father" displaying the pains of child abuse or the joys of life like "Cherish". For fans of the other eras you get to see Madonna wearing an identical dress designed for Marilyn Monroe in Howard Hawk's 1953 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes in her song, "Material Girl".

Furthermore, Madonna displays her appeal to reach all her diverse fans as she wears a bolero jacket and Spanish dress for "La Isla Bonita" embracing some of the Hispanic culture--which would later help her in "Evita" and "Take A Bow".

An important thing worth mentioning is "Like A Prayer" as Madonna takes her strict upbringing to surface as she addresses interracial and religious issues that also show just how non-judgmental she is and how beautiful she is as a person as well as a super star.
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Format: DVD
This dvd version of the album is as good has the cd version, all the hits are here plus the oh father video not on the cd. The dvd ends with madonnas live version of vogue from the vmas- which is great. These videos set the standard for the era, any pop fan should own this.Immaculate Collection: the Best of Madonna
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Format: VHS Tape
This is the first real video collection from Madonna. And all those great 80's videos are here, from Borderline to Material Girl, Papa Don't Preach and Like A Prayer. This tape shows you a growing artist that just keeps making fantastic videos. Of course some of them were quite controversial, especially Like A Prayer and Express Yourself. Both visually stunning videos that deserve to be looked at again and again. And also included are more stunning clips, such as Like A Virgin, Oh Father and Vogue. If you liked the latest Madonna video collection (93:99), then you'll love this!
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