Flashback: If You Watch These Yoruba Movies In Your Childhood You Ought To Have Married
Yoruba Movies is one of the most captivating entertainment in Nigeria Nollywood. It has been fun and exiting to watch for decades.
This post will take us back to some classic yoruba movies in 90's
Below are some of the old classic yoruba movie
1. Ti oluwa ni ile
Ti oluwa ni ile was first released in 1993 with 3 parts, part 1,2,3 each part has a minimum of 1h 33m
It was directed by Rinse kilani, it was his debut as film director, Ti oluwa ni ile was produced by Mainframe and television productions. It was written by Kareem Adepoju, popularly known as baba wande, it features other stars like Dele odule, Yemi Shodimu etc
2. Yemi my lover
Yemi my lover is a production of olayemi films productions, it was released in 1990, written and directed by Yemi Ayebo
Yemi Ayebo was Know to be super man then, and majority of us love watching him flying like Superman, he was also known for his lover role, I still remember that song in this movie
" Omo abija fimile o Iwo ko lololufemi Yemi lololufemi Omo abija fimile o
You remember that now, smiles
3. Owo blow
Owo blow was released in 1997, directed by Tade Ogidan
Starring Taiwo Hassan (ogogo), Yinka Quadri, Jide kososko, Rachel Oniga, Femi Adebayo, Bimbo Akintola
4. Saworo Ide
Saworo Ide was a classic yoruba movie which was released in 1999 with duration of about 1h 45m
Bukky Wright as Olori Tinuola
Lere Paimo as Balogun
Kola oyewo as Oba Lapite
Kunle Afolayan as Aresejabata
Khabirat Kafidipe as Araparegangan
Kunle Bamtefe as Ogagun Lagata
Adebayo Faleti as Baba opalaba
Peter Fatomilola as Baba Amawomaro
These are some of yoruba movies that has been in existence for decades.
Saworo Ide is the least of it, it's 21 years now, and for you to have watched it in your childhood and still remember the scenes as I listed it above, you will be around 7-8 years old then, plus 21years making 28-29 years old. With this you will agreed with my opinion that "if you watch this old movies in your childhood you ought to have married"
Did you also remember anyone I didn't mentioned? Drop it in the comment section below, let's keep the flashback rolling.
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