PHOENIX — A Valley institution will be taking its final bow in just over a week, when Harkins Theatre’s Camelview 5 moviehouse in Scottsdale closes.
The theater, which shuts down Dec. 10, will spend its last days showing regular screenings of arthouse selections and a special Camelview Classic Film Series from Monday through Friday.
The Arizona-based chain announced nearly two years ago that the five-screen theater would wrap its decadeslong history, as well as the nearby Harkins Theatre Fashion Square 7, to make way for a 14-screen theater at the mall.
The Phoenix Business Journal reported that a date hadn’t been determined for the Fashion Square theater closing.
Ticket prices for the Classic Film Series (films include “Annie Hall,” “Fargo” and “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,”) have been set at $5 and each moviegoer will receive a commemorative pin.
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