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Shawshank Actor Debuts Photo Gallery

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  Original Published: 8/31/2014

For the 20th anniversary of "The Shawshank Redemption," actor Scott Mann came back to Mansfield to debut his gallery of photographs he's taken over the years. Tog Loft photo studio held the show, and invited guests to meet the artist himself. Focusing on the film, the show incorporates Mann's interpretation of the themes present in the movie, paired with iconic quotes. Mann has visited Mansfield many times over the years to participate in the film's various anniversaries, reuniting with some of the cast members and talking about his experience working with the rest of the crew.

"I've been coming down here a lot, and I really like it here," Mann said. "The people are just fantastic. Everyone down here is very, very nice."

Mann, a native of Cleveland, visits whenever he can - and sometimes ends up bringing something with him.

"I made my 20th Anniversary Poster - a mosaic for the movie's 20th celebration," Mann noted, "Some of the gift shops have been carrying it, so instead of shipping it down, I just bring it down here myself and deliver it. I just really enjoy coming down here, it's a lot of fun."

While only Mann stayed for the weekend of the film's anniversary, Tog Loft will be displaying the show until the end of the month.

   
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