A clapboard sits waiting for use on the set of ‘The Ultimate Legacy’ in production at LaGrange, Ky., Tuesday, July 28, 2015. The movie was one of the first few films to take advantage of Kentucky’s beefed-up film incentives.
A clapboard sits waiting for use on the set of ‘The Ultimate Legacy’ in production at LaGrange, Ky., Tuesday, July 28, 2015. The movie was one of the first few films to take advantage of Kentucky’s beefed-up film incentives. Timothy D. Easley
A clapboard sits waiting for use on the set of ‘The Ultimate Legacy’ in production at LaGrange, Ky., Tuesday, July 28, 2015. The movie was one of the first few films to take advantage of Kentucky’s beefed-up film incentives. Timothy D. Easley

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