Some have known her since Singing in the water, others know her as the powerful and kind Aggie Cromwell from Disney’s Halloween.
Here’s what we know about this Disney Channel Halloween flick and what team members had to say about working with this legendary actor.
Judith Hoag showed a witch from Cromwell in ‘Halloweentown’
As one of the most powerful witches in Halloween, Gweg Piper (Judith Hoag) is just trying to raise a normal family in the human world. That just doesn’t go as planned when her mother visits one Halloween night.
This actress starred alongside Kimberly J. Brown, who starred in the eldest of her children, Marnie Piper. Gwen Piper’s mother, however, and the most powerful witch inside Halloween, produced by Debbie Reynolds.
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What made Judith Hoag want to appear in ‘Halloween?’
During one interview with Halloween News, this actress shared her experience before joining the team. Disney Channel was very new at the time, and her son was still too young to watch it. It was mostly the script and Reynolds who did it Halloween so special.
“I got a script, and I heard that Debbie Reynolds was attached to it, which immediately made me want to be a part of it,” Hoag said. “I read the script, it was very sweet. He was the head of the Disney Channel at the time, his son was a huge Ninja Turtles fan, so they were excited about getting me on board, and I was excited to work with them, and the then also working with the kids and working with them Debbie. ”
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The actress shared what it was like to work with Debbie Reynolds
As one of the most iconic actors of all time, Debbie Reynolds appeared in the musical version of a film of Singing in the water, In addition The incredible Molly Brown, how the west was won, and Tammy and the Bachelor. How did she stand up to her fan base years later?
“Debbie was always traveling with a huge pile of self-portraits,” Hoag said of her co-star. “You have to remember that this was before social media. And she was so good at cultivating and loving her fans. She was a photographer all the time and a photographer all the time. ”
“We used to try to walk to a set and she stops and takes pictures,” she continued. “At one point I was joking with her, and I said, ‘Oh my goodness, Debbie, you would be standing with a coat hanger. She smiled, and said, ‘But I would because I understand that my fans are very important. ‘”
The Nightmare Before Christmas available on Disney +, where Halloween – inspired movies Twitches, The Haunted Platform, and Halloween II: Kalabar’s Revenge They are also available to look through. To learn more about Disney + and to subscribe, visit the website.