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5 Places You Can Watch Halloweentown From the Cozy Comfort of Your Home

17 October 2017 6:00 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Disney's Halloweentown is arguably one of the best movies to get you excited for Halloween. Not only does it star the late Debbie Reynolds, but if you're not looking to get too spooked, then the Disney Channel classic is the way to go. Here are the places you can watch it now that Fall is finally here, because it's sadly not included in Freeform's 13 Nights of Halloween lineup. RelatedThese Disney Channel Original Halloween Movies Will Make You Scream (With Joy) Disney Channel Go: If Disney Channel is already part of your cable/satellite subscription, you can watch the Halloween classic for free on the website. YouTube: You can stream the movie on YouTube for $5.99. iTunes: Halloweentown is available for purchase on iTunes for $2.99. Amazon Channels: You can either rent Halloweentown for $2.99 on Amazon or purchase it for $3.99. Google Play: You can buy the film on Google Play for $5.99. »

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The Halloweentown Cast Reunited in Honor of Late Debbie Reynolds

17 October 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Since its original broadcast in October 1998, Disney Channel’s Halloweentown has become an annual staple of the holiday season. The success of the TV film spawned three sequels (both Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge and Halloweentown High were the most-viewed Disney Channel… Continue Reading →

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This Halloweentown Reunion Is Bringing Us Joy, Probably Infuriating Kalabar

16 October 2017 1:25 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

The beloved Cromwell crew from Disney's Halloweentown is back together again. Nearly two decades since the movie's release, the cast reunited for the annual Spirit of Halloweentown event in St. Helen, Or, where the first movie was shot. At the festive event, Kimberly J. Brown (who played Marnie) was joined by her onscreen family: Judith Hoag (Gwen), J. Paul Zimmerman (Dylan), and Emily Roeske (Sophie). Sadly, the magical Cromwell family was missing its matriarch, famously portrayed by the late, great Debbie Reynolds. In her Instagram picture in front of the town's oversize pumpkin, Brown was clearly feeling the nostalgia. "What an amazing weekend!" she captioned the cute shot. "Thank you so much to everyone who came to @spiritofhalloweentown! Truly so honored that everyone loves to relive Halloweentown back where it all began❤️ »

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It Came From The Tube: Halloweentown (1998)

15 October 2017 9:34 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

No! Don’t run away! Where’s your Halloween spirit? Yes, Halloweentown (1998) is a Disney Channel movie, but that in and of itself isn’t a bad thing; if you’re looking to introduce your kids to horror, it’s better to pitch them some underhands than speedy overhands. (I don’t really know baseball.) In a cynical and bitterly crumbling world, it’s nice to know that a bit of low-key innocent charm still exists.

Originally airing Saturday, October 17th, Halloweentown was a big hit for the channel, and spawned three sequels over the ensuing years. If you’re looking for some smiles, good performances and charming effects, Halloweentown is a fun place to visit.

Let’s open up our mouse eared (insert groan here) TV Guide and see what’s up:

Halloweentown (Saturday, Disney)

An adolescent girl realizes with the help of her grandmother that she’s a »

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Halloweentown: How Debbie Reynolds Shared Her Movie Magic With a Whole New Generation

24 August 2017 9:45 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Debbie Reynolds was well-known for her roles in Singin' in the Rain and The Singing Nun, but most '90s kids remember her for playing Aggie Cromwell in Disney Channel's Halloweentown. What's not to love? She is witty and fun, but most importantly, her character teaches us that "being normal is vastly overrated." As a tribute to the late Reynolds, look back at her beloved character and all the magic she shared with a whole new generation of fans. RelatedThese Disney Channel Original Halloween Movies Will Make You Scream (With Joy) »

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'Halloweentown' Cast Is Reuniting in Debbie Reynolds' Honor, Kimberly J. Brown Reveals

17 August 2017 12:50 PM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

The Cromwell family is getting back together in honor of the late Debbie Reynolds.

Halloweentown star Kimberly J. Brown announced on Tuesday that she would be joined by her co-stars from the 1998 Disney Channel movie, Judith Hoag and Joey Zimmerman, at the Spirit of Halloweentown Festival in St. Helens, Oregon, on Oct. 14. Brown added that Emily Roeske, who plays Sophie in the film, is also trying to make it, schedule permitting.

More: Celebrating Debbie Reynolds: A Look Back at the Film Legend's Most Iconic Roles

"We're having a little family reunion!" Brown, 32, shared in a video message on Facebook and YouTube. "We wanted to do a special tribute to [Reynolds] and her role as Grandma Aggie."

The annual festival takes place in the town where the first Halloweentown film was shot, where they even recreate the setting of the movie in the town square. This year marks the first ceremony since Reynolds died at age 84 in »

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‘Halloweentown’ Cast Planning Reunion To Honour Late Co-Star Debbie Reynolds

16 August 2017 8:48 PM, PDT | ET Canada | See recent ET Canada news »

The cast of “Halloweentown” are planning a get together in tribute of Debbie Reynolds. Kimberly J. Brown, 32, revealed the news on YouTube on Tuesday. Brown starred as Marnie Cromwell alongside Reynolds in the Disney Channel’s first three “Halloweentown” flicks. Related: Billie Lourd Talks About Losing Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds Brown will reunite with Judith Hoag […] »

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Halloweentown's Cromwell Clan Will Reunite in Real-Life Halloweentown to Honor Debbie Reynolds

16 August 2017 6:04 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Listen up, wizards, warlocks and witches! A bewitching announcement has just cast a spell over the masses! Kimberly J. Brown, who played Marnie in all three of the Disney Channel's Halloweentown movies, took to social media today to announce that she would once again be heading to the real-life Halloweentown, St. Helens, Oregon, for their annual Spirit of Halloweentown festivities. Additionally, the former child star revealed in a YouTube video she posted earlier today that J. Paul Zimmerman, who played Dylan, and Judith Hoag, who played their onscreen mom Gwen, would definitely be attending the Halloween haunt as well. Brown also said that her onscreen sister Emily Roeske (Sophie) is trying to »

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