There Was A ‘Halloweentown’ Reunion, We Repeat, A ‘Halloweentown’ Reunion

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With Halloween just around the corner, it’s only fitting that there was a Halloweentown reunion of epic proportions over the weekend. In fact there was a Halloweentown reunion in Halloweentown and our Disney Channel Original Movie loving hearts can’t handle the awesomeness.

On Saturday, Kimberly J. Brown, who played Marnie on the Disney Channel Original Movie (and its next two films), caught up with her witchy family in Halloweentown — aka St. Helens, Oregon, which is where the original film was shot — and it was pure magic.

Brown posed for pictures with her entire DCOM family, including her movie mom Judith Hoag (who played Gwen), brother Joey Zimmerman (who played Dylan) and little sister Emily Roeske (who played Sophie). The Crowmwell witches reunited for St. Helens annual Spirit of Halloweentown Festival, and honored the late Debbie Reynolds who played the family’s matriarch, Grandma Aggie.

The fam bam is back together! We are having a blast meeting fans in @spiritofhalloweentown 🎃@heyjude629 @jpaulzim #cromwells4lyfe #halloweentown

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“The fam bam is back together! We are having a blast meeting fans in @spiritofhalloweentown 🎃@heyjude629 @jpaulzim #cromwells4lyfe #halloweentown,” Brown captioned her sweet family photo.

In addition to hanging out with her movie family, Brown hung out with fans in town, and visited a lot of iconic spots from the movie franchise. At one point the 32-year-old actress took a drive in the Halloweentown taxi, and we’re pretty sure Benny would be a little upset that she stole his gig.

Of course the Cromwell kids took a photo in front of the massive Jack-O-Lantern in town, before leaving their DCOM home and heading back to reality.

Check out a few other photos from Brown and the rest of her DCOM family here, and then go watch a marathon of Halloweentown films… you know you want to!

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