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The Complete 1st Season

Shaka Zulu (mini-series) - Shaka Zulu

Release Information:
Studio: A&E Home Video
Release Type: Complete Series
Release Date: 10/29/2002
Number of Discs: 4
Number of Episodes: 10
Running Time: 500 mins
Retail Price: $79.95 (US$)

Audio/Video Information:
Video: Full Frame (1.33:1)
Audio: English - Dolby Digital Stereo
French - Dolby Digital Stereo
Subtitles: None/Unknown

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The Complete Acclaimed Miniseries Available On DVD For The First Time!

He was an illegitimate prince who reclaimed his birthright with brilliance and brutality. He created a vast new nation from warring tribes and forged an army that defied the most powerful empire on earth. He was Shaka Zulu.

Brought to life in an epic, 10 part production, the story of the legendary, 19th-century African king became one of the most compelling and controversial miniseries in television history. From his boyhood in exile to the bloody struggles that solidified his rule and his proud defiance of British colonists, Shaka Zulu is the unforgettable tale of a man who stood at the heart of a battle between two worlds.

Filmed entirely on location in South Africa, Shaka Zulu stars Christopher Lee (The Lord Of The Rings, Star Wars Episode II), Edward Fox (The Dresser, Gandhi) and Henry Cele as Shaka.


  • Interview with Director and Stars
  • Gallery of Original Pre-Production Concept Art
  • Gallery of Production Photos
  • Essay on the History of British Colonialism in Africa and the Significance of the Zulu Wars

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