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Little Theater continues long history of bringing the magic of movies to Camden
Majestic Agreement
A copy of a 1930s agreement for the Majestic Theaters sound system signed by T. Lee Little. The Majestic was originally across the street. Little opened the Little Theater to replace the Majestic. - photo by Miciah Bennett
A website aiming to help “consumers make better decisions about their personal finances” recently named Camden as the second-least expensive city for movie buffs in the country. NerdWallet tied Camden’s Little Theater in second place for the cheapest movie tickets in the country with a theater in Marion, N.C. The theater used to sell $5 movie tickets for adults and $3 tickets for children. The theater’s current owners, James and Rita Trivett, revealed, however, that ticket prices went up to $7 for adults and $5 for children last December.