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The “Halloweentown” Cast Is Reuniting For This Special Reason

Debbie Reynolds Halloweentown
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Looks like the Cromwells are going back to Halloweentown this year for a very special reason.

In a Youtube video, Kimberly J. Brown, who played Marnie Cromwell in the first three Halloweentown movies, announced that she and her fellow Cromwells will reunited at this year’s Spirit of Halloweentown festival to honor the late Debbie Reynolds, who played the now iconic Grandma Aggie.

The Spirit of Halloweentown festival takes place every year in St. Helens, Oregon, where the movie was filmed. On October 14, Brown, Judith Hoag (Gwen), and J. Paul Zimmerman (Dylan) will come together for the pumpkin lighting ceremony in the town square. Emily Roeske (Sophie) is apparently also trying to make arrangements to be there.

“Unfortunately, late last year we lost the incomparable Debbie Reynolds,” Brown talks about in her video. “We wanted to do a special tribute to her and her role as Grandma Aggie and have a small monument set up there for her. So we’re going to do that this year during the lighting ceremony.”

Brown also added that this would be the first time the Cromwell cast would be all together again since they finished filming.

The month long festival also includes haunted trails, both kids and adults Haunted Houses, face-painting and a “This Is Halloween” Live Concert.

Grandma Aggie will definitely be happy to see her family in Halloweentown again.

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