The DCOMs They DIDN’T Show This Weekend

This past Memorial Day weekend, Disney Channel thought it a perfect time to celebrate the debut of their 100th Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) Adventures in Babysitting on June 24th. They commemorated this milestone by showing a marathon of a bunch of DCOMs all weekend. I thoroughly enjoyed watching movies like Brink!, Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century, Double Teamed, Genius, and Pixel Perfect among others. The more movies I watched, though, the more I thought about the movies they weren’t showing. Here’s a look at a few of my favorites that weren’t featured this weekend.

Under Wraps (1997)

DCOM Under Wraps

Under Wraps is actually the first Disney Channel Original Movie ever!

Don’t Look Under the Bed (1999)

DCOM Don't Look Under the Bed

Don’t Look Under the Bed is the first, and only, Disney Channel Original Movie rated TV-PG for its scary scenes.

Up, Up, and Away (2000)

Up, Up, and Away

Up, Up, and Away is the first Disney Channel Original Movie starring a predominately black cast.

The Color of Friendship (2000)

DCOM The Color of Friendship

The Color of Friendship is the first Disney Channel Original Movie to win a Primetime Emmy Award!

Phantom of the Megaplex (2000)

DCOM Phantom of the Megaplex

Phantom of the Megaplex featured movie legend Mickey Rooney in the supporting role of “Movie Mason”.

Jett Jackson: The Movie (2001)

DCOM Jett Jackson

In Jett Jackson: The Movie, the lead, Lee Thompson Young, did 90% of his stunts, including the most dangerous stunt at the beginning of the film.

The Poof Point (2001)

DCOM The Poof Point

The Poof Point was the first time that Mark Curry & Dawnn Lewis had worked together since they starred in the hit sitcom Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper in 1997.

 Gotta Kick it Up! (2002)

DCOM Gotta Kick It Up

Gotta Kick it Up is one of few Disney Channel original movies based off a true story.

A Ring of Endless Light (2002)

DCOM A Ring of Endless Light

A Ring of Endless Light, based off of a book of the same title, is almost completely different from the novel. A lot was changed in the TV Film adaptation.

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