How did Michael Jackson's death recently compare to the death of Elvis Presley or Charlie Chaplin?

When Michael Jackson died a couple of years ago, it was definitely a shock to the World. Back then when Elvis Presley died, it was a shock. Charlie Chaplin was the first silent movie actor in black and white back in the 1940s, and he died too. Some of Chaplin's work included "The Art Museum falling in love with a painting," "The Circus," and "Open the Top Drawer." Walking in Memphis is a tribute to The King of Rock and Roll's death Elvis Presley. Michael Jackson's death was a tragedy in the Music World as was Elvis Presley's death back in the 1960s. Michael Jackson owned all the rights to The Beatles. How did these three deaths compare?

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  • 9 years ago
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    First of all you're wrong Elvis died in the late 70s second of all Charlie Chaplin was not a silent star in the 40s there were sound pictures in the 40s, The Wizard Of Oz came out in 1939 and so did Gone With The Wind. Michael Jackson's death compares in the fact that he was iconic and and loved by millions of people and they were all major american stars that's how they compare.

  • 9 years ago

    They were all wonderful people in this world...And will forever be remembered because of the great impact they had in the world...They all died because of accident..

  • 9 years ago

    Because they were all considered "the king" of something. & died because of medication / someone elses stupid mistakes.

    Source(s): R.I.p. MJ <3
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