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A question about Major Movie filmed in Adair County

About: One Major Movie Was Filmed In Adair County

I just found this article and was just wondering about the setting of this movie. I watched about 30 minutes of this movie on YouTube because I can't find it anywhere else and the setting doesn't seem like it was filmed in Adair County. Also, Wikipedia says in was filmed mostly in Greenfield, Iowa, and doesn't say anything about Kentucky. Was some of the movie shot in Columbia? The article made it seem like it was shot all in Adair County.

s/Joey Bennett

It was almost entirely shot in Adair County--Adair County, Iowa.. That information is in the very brief article in the Movies edition, but I can understand how it was overlooked. Greenfield, IA, is the county seat of Adair County Iowa, one of four counties in the United States carrying the name. Another is Adair County, MO, in northeastern Missouri, whose county seat is Kirksville, and is the home of the American Osteopathic Association's medical school. The last time I checked, 23 years ago, there were about 80 physicians in the town, all but two D.O.'s. The fourth Adair County is Adair County, OK, whose county seat is Stillwell; Adair Co., OK, is the only one of the four Adair Counties not named for Gen. John Adair. -Ed Waggener

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