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BobCat Films brings new cooking show to the Islands of The Bahamas
By Kevin Kemp, MOT
Sep 15, 2011 - 11:15:36 AM

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Film Crew covers the Manns at Arawak Key

Nassau, Bahamas - Roger Bobb, formerly of Tyler Perry Studios has formed his own production company, and he is working on a number of projects which he hope will be released to the movie-going public shortly. His most recent venture, "Hanging With The Manns" a cooking show with hosts, David and Tamela Mann who are presently the characters Mr. & Mrs. Brown on Tyler Perry's Meet The Browns.

Roger Bobb and The Manns were in Nassau from September 8-12, where they met with some of Nassau's top chefs at The Poop Deck West, Luciano's Marley Resorts and Frankie Gone Bananas. With a new production company Roger Bobb is hitting the ground running fast, as already he has several documentaries and a feature film lined up for production. Hanging With The Manns will showcase the beauty and wonders of The Bahamas. The show is expected to air just in time to impact winter travel from some of the Bahamas' core cold weather markets. Hanging with The Manns... There is Nothing Better !!


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The Manns meet Commissioner Woods and his wife Yvonne at Frankies



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Hanging with the Manns shooting at Arawak Key



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Chef Johnson and the Manns filming at Frankies Gone Bananas



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