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Literally (Well, Almost) Every Disney Channel Star Went To The Tiger Cruise Premiere

Happy Anniversary to ‘Tiger Cruise’!

On August 6, 2004, Disney aired one of its most heartbreaking DCOMs ever. Tiger Cruise, which starred Hayden Panettiere and her younger brother, Jansen, focused on military members and their families who went aboard a cruise ship. Thinking it would be a relaxing vacation, the passengers soon became swept up in the horrendous events of 9/11.

To celebrate the film’s birthday, we looked back at its premiere in Los Angeles, which featured a ridiculous amount of Disney stars — seemingly more than those who attended the 100th DCOM premiere for Adventures in Babysitting earlier this summer. While we’re missing several familiar Disney faces, such as the Lawrence brothers and Kimberly J. Brown, we still have over 40 stars who gathered together for the film.

  • Adam Wylie and Clara Bryant from Under Wraps
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    Stars of the first-ever DCOM (or so Disney claims), Wylie went on to star in Can of Worms, while Bryant made you bawl your eyes out in Tru Confessions.

  • Erik von Detten and Robin Riker from Brink!
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    Von Detten also starred on the sleeper ’90s Disney series So Weird. Besides playing von Detten’s mother, Riker was also in Don’t Look Under the Bed and Read It and Weep.

  • Kirsten Storms, Lauren Maltby, and Alyson Morgan from the Zenon trilogy
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    While Storms and Maltby were in all three Zenon films, Morgan was only in Z3.

  • Zachary Bostrom from Johnny Tsunami
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    Bostrum played Brett, the school bully who told Brandon Baker, “‘Brah?’ You’re in America now, Hawaii. Try speaking English.”

  • Chris Marquette from Up, Up, and Away!
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    If you don’t recognize Marquette from the early superhero DCOM, you might remember him better as the punk kid Curtis in the Hanukkah episode of Even Stevens.

  • Shadia Simmons from The Color of Friendship
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    Besides this DCOM, Simmons was also in Quints and Zenon: The Zequel.

  • Courtnee Draper and Myles Jeffrey from Stepsister from Planet Weird
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    The duo played brother and sister who got aliens for a stepfather and stepsister. Draper was also in The Thirteenth Year and on the ’90s Disney sports show The Jersey. Jeffrey played the youngest sibling in Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire.

  • Ryan Merriman and Alexis Lopez from The Luck of the Irish
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    No word on if they reenacted their ~iconic~ rendition of “This Land Is Your Land,” though.

  • Tahj Mowry from The Poof Point and Hounded and Tia Mowry-Hardrict from Twitches and Twitches Too
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    Sibling Tamera Mowry-Housley missed out on the fun, unfortunately.

  • Mackenzie Phillips from Double Teamed
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    Phillips also played the mom on So Weird. On her left is Gary Marsh, the then-executive vice-president of Disney’s original programming/production. On her right is Rich Ross, the then-president of Disney Channel Worldwide.

  • Susan Egan from Gotta Kick It Up!
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    Not gonna lie, I had to do a double take when I saw this pic. Egan played teacher Heather Bartlett who rocked long, blonde hair in the movie.

  • Lalaine and A.J. Trauth from You Wish!
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    All they needed was costar Spencer Breslin to complete the You Wish! trifecta.

  • Orlando Brown, Kyle Massey, and Rondell Sheridan from That's So Raven
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    Sadly, two of the Raven gang seemed to be missing: Anneliese van der Pol and T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh. (Raven-Symoné is pictured below with her fellow Cheetah Girls.)

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    In case you need a refresher, Keaton played Mootai/Jason, a.k.a. the dude who developed a crush on Ren, and vice versa.

  • Taylor Ball and Mark L. Taylor from Eddie's Million Dollar Cook-Off
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    Ball and Taylor played father and son who finally saw eye to eye in the sports-meets-cooking DCOM.

  • Raven-Symoné, Kiely Williams, Adrienne Bailon, and Sabrina Bryan from The Cheetah Girls films
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    All four girls looked cheetah-licious at the premiere.

  • Daveigh Chase from Lilo & Stitch: The Series
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    Chase originated the role of Lilo in the 2002 film, and reprised her role in various spin-offs.

  • Leah Pipes and Porscha Coleman from Pixel Perfect
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    Some of the Zetta Bytes were in attendance, but no confirmation on if they performed "Nothing's Wrong with Me."

  • Raviv Ullman, Amy Bruckner, and Lise Simms from Phil of the Future
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    The Diffys left their Replicators and Skyacks back in the year 2121, however.

  • Taran Killam and Todd Stashwick from Stuck in the Suburbs
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    Jordan Cahill and his manager had recently just premiered their DCOM less than one month prior to Tiger Cruise’s debut.

  • Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Brenda Song, Kim Rhodes, and Ashley Tisdale from The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
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    The hit Disney series actually didn’t premiere until almost a year after Tiger Cruise first aired.

  • AJ and Aly Michalka from Cow Belles
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    The “Chemicals React” singers got their own DCOM in 2006 — which turned 10 earlier this year.