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movies you've seen before, we're willing to bet that you don't know Disney Channel all there is to know about big hits like and High School Musical . While it's always amazing to see the cast in action, it's never quite as rewarding as seeing what really goes on _behind _ the scenes! Descendants
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Hayley Kiyoko got her hair cut SIX TIMES before it was finally perfect for her role as Stella Yamada in Lemonade Mouth.
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Sabrina Carpenter tripped a lot while filming
Adventures in Babysitting because she was always in heels.
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Every scene from
The Cheetah Girls 2 was actually filmed in Spain, even though it begins in New York City.
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Descendants cast learned all the choreography for the film in just three weeks!
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Garrett Clayton had to keep changing his shirt because he sweat a lot while filming
Teen Beach Movie.
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Camp Rock, the scene where Mitchie and Shane are on the lake together is the exact same place where Alyson Stoner filmed scenes for her movie Cheaper by the Dozen.
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The "Bet on It" number in
High School Musical 2 actually took six days to film.
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Jake T. Austin and David Henrie had to learn how to windsurf in real life before they could film the surfing scenes in
Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie.
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Read It And Weep was actually based on a book by Julia Devillers, and she even made a cameo in the film (pictured on the left).
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The very first
Halloweentown movie was filmed in 24 days.
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Jim Wise (who played Coach Tugnut) almost passed out during the spaghetti scene in
The Even Stevens Movie because it was pretty heavy.
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Instead of wearing a wig, Alana Austin had to cut her real hair for the role of Andi Carson in the movie
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