Sàngó: The Legendary African King Trailer

Sàngó: The Legendary African King Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 History 109 mins

Bringing 15th-century Africa--before the arrival of colonizers--to rich, colorful life, chronicling the exploits of legendary Yoruba king Sango, ruler of the Oyo empire: his ascension to the throne, his battles with the Olowu and his own war generals, his dangerous experimentations with potent charms, and his ultimate deification.

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Sango: The Legendary African King Trailer

International Releases Dates

Nigeria 01 January 1997

United States 01 January 1998

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