Welcome to the "Isles of Perpetual June."

It was the beginning of Silent Movie era. The world had just entered the twentieth-century. The first world war was still going on when the first movie to be filmed in the Bahamas was located at Clifton. The production company came to the Bahamas because of our crystal clear waters. In 1916 the movie was titled 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea based on the classic novel of the same name, by Jules Verne.

During the ensuing century, many more shows were shot in this place we call home. There is no doubt that our islands being featured on the big and small screens have contributed to our world-wide fame. A few of them have been posted below. You might make mention of some of the more popular ones during your casual discourse with your guests, friends and others.

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