‘Baby-Sitters Club’ Movie Cast Reunites After Twenty Years, And It’s Perfect

Baby-Sitters Club cast members of the beloved movie have reunited to bring back The Baby-Sitters Club memories for the movie’s twentieth anniversary, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Twenty years after millions of girls’ favorite book series, The Baby-Sitters Club, got a movie adaptation, the main cast members of the movie reunited in Austin, Texas to celebrate the anniversary.

The team of women who worked on Ann M. Martin’s beloved book series movie adaptation gathered at Texas’ Alamo Drafthouse. The twentieth anniversary screening was attended by director Melanie Mayron and stars Schuyler Fisk (Kristy), Larisa Oleynik (Dawn), Rachael Leigh Cook (Mary Anne), Stacey Ramsower (Mallory), Marla Sokoloff (Cokie Mason) and Bre Blair (Stacey).

Marla Sokoloff, who played Cokie Mason in the film, called it “a special evening” in the caption to a group photo shared via Instagram.

“I’ve known these ladies for 20 years and I feel so lucky to share this special evening with them.”

Also, take a look at this Baby-Sitters Club group photo taken at an elevator at Alamo Theater in Austin, and shared by Rachael Leigh Cook.

And let’s bring back some more Baby-Sitters Club memories by looking at this group photo with Kristy, Dawn, Mary Anne, Mallory, Claudia, Dawn, Stacey and Jessi shared via Instagram.

The Baby-Sitters Club books sold 176 million copies in the period between 1986 and 2000, according to Fashion & Style. Growing up in the 1990s, nearly every girl wanted to be a part of The Baby-Sitters Club.

The movie, based on the book series by Ann M. Martin, allowed girls from all around the world to feel that no matter how different they are, they can always find friends, fit into society, and be accepted for who they are. The Baby-Sitters Club also taught girls lessons on romance, as well as giving tips on starting their own babysitting business.

The Baby-Sitters Club series described the lives of a group of middle school students in Stoneybrook, Connecticut, who started their own babysitting business and helped local parents to find ideal babysitters.

The books by Ann M. Martin were first adapted into a TV show that aired on HBO, Nickelodeon and The Disney Channel. Then, in 1995, Columbia Pictures decided to turn the series into a movie starring the girls (now, women) who have recently reunited for the movie’s twentieth anniversary.

The Baby-Sitters Club
movie was first released on August 18, 1995.

To make The Baby-Sitters Club‘s twentieth anniversary even more memorable, Fashion & Style decided to list signature styles of every girl in the movie.

Kristy Thomas (Schuyler Fisk) was bossy and liked to gossip a lot, and was remembered by The Baby-Sitters Club fans by her stylish tees and jeans.

Claudia Kishi (Tricia Joe) was the Japanese-American teen known for her trendy outfits. Her typical style would be a boho tweed vest, lave-up boots, boho layered necklace and printed leggings.

Mary Anne Spier (Rachael Leigh Cook) was shy and lovely. As she never intended to be in the focus of attention, her typical style would be a modest sweater, loafers and a buttoned A-line skirt.

Stacey McGill (Bre Blair) was the most fashionable girl among the group of friends on The Baby-Sitters Club. She would typically cover her flower skater dress with a stylish blazer and carry a trendy clutch.

Dawn Schafer (Larisa Oleynik) was a west coast girl, who was all about vegetarian food and living a healthy lifestyle (which is actually pretty trendy now). She would go with some oversized tee, boyfriend shorts and a pair of flip flops.

Jessi Ramsey (Zelda Harris) was a talented ballet dancer who would typically wear… ballet outfits!

Mallory Pike (Stacey Ramsower) was one of the two youngest members of The Baby-Sitters Club. She felt self-conscious because she had to wear glasses, but it became part of her signature style.

[Composite image containing photos by Michael Buckner, Frazer Harrison, Stuart C. Wilson, Ethan Miller, Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images]