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High School Nude-ical -- Hardcore Screw-Up

10/29/2008 2:05 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

A bunch of parents brought their kids to see Zac Efron in his G-rated High School songfest -- they got full frontal nudity instead.

It all went down in God-fearing Utah -- where managers at a South Jordan movie house decided to move a screening of "High School Musical 3" to one of its bigger theaters at the last minute.

But here's the fun part: according to the Deseret News, someone forgot to swap out the movie reel on the projector -- which was set to show the R-Rated flick called "Sex Drive."

Suddenly, it was lights, camera, and all sorts of sexually explicit material.

The parents freaked and the movie was stopped as soon as employees could reach the stop button. No word how many people stayed to watch the rest of the movie -- not HSM, the other one.

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Luke Warmwater    

Having to watch a crappy movie, even a few minutes of it is grounds to sue.

2094 days ago
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Ethel C    

JEebus cripes! How knotty!

2094 days ago
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Lucy    

Just thought I'd let you know it's the Deseret News, not Desert News, TMZ. But hilarious story, nonetheless.

2094 days ago
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Gypsy    

full frontal nudity.. how funny. as if half of those kids haven't seen it before when their parents weren't around.

2094 days ago
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Switch    

HAHAHAHA AWESOME.

That's what you get for going to see a TOOL movie

Yea go dance around in your high school like that without being beat up or shot

2094 days ago
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This is my Boom Stick    

6. HAHAHAHA AWESOME.

That's what you get for going to see a TOOL movie

Yea go dance around in your high school like that without being beat up or shot

Posted at 3:26PM on Oct 29th 2008 by Switch

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HAHAHAHA! WHOOO!

2094 days ago
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WTF!!    

Too funny.....lol I laugh now but I would of been outraged! LMAO...

2094 days ago
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jonnot    

One problem I have with this story: before the feature begins, a title appears on screen announcing the film's rating (G, P-G or R). When parents of these children saw an "R", rather than the "G", what did they expect? Even if the title of the film didn't appear until later, the rating should have given them a clue as to what was up (no pun intended).

2094 days ago
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Admitted Democrat    

And I have to say it was ONE OF THE FUNNIEST MOVIES I HAVE SEEN IN YEARS. HYSTERICAL FROM BEGINNING TO END. BRILLIANT!!! The only way I would see HSM3 is if it were court ordered. So see SEX DRIVE - you will totally love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2094 days ago
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Barfalufugus    

I know when I went to highschool anyone dancing in the halls like that would end up without front teeth by the end of first period.

2094 days ago
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Ex-Vegan    

jonnot: A film's rating doesn't appear before the movie starts, only before the trailers in the movie. However, you can tell what kind of movie that will be shown based on the trailers beforehand. G- and PG-rated films usually show other Disney and family film trailers, not other raunch-fest titles, as I'm sure were the trailers shown before Sex Drive.

2094 days ago
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Manager' Mom!    

My daughter was 'the' manager working at the theater that night. She doesn't have anything to do with the projection room, but she was the one grabbed by the first angry mother who said, "I WANT TO KNOW WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO SAY TO MY FOUR-YEAR OLD!!!!!" Before the lady finished her sentence, my daughter had contacted the projection room with her walkie-talkie and told them to STOP THE MOVIE IN THEATER #19 IMMEDIATELY! Then she went into the God-fearing Utah theater #19 and explained the situation to the audience. When I asked her what she told them, she said, "I can't even remember ... I was too frantic!" It was a rough night for her, since four young children were also separated from their families during her shift. Poor thing.

2094 days ago
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Emily    

Sigh...I too find this story funny, but I think the 'God fearing' part wasn't needed. Geez TMZ, can't I just enjoy a funny story without getting my religion insulted? When did having faith in something and protecting your kids become a bad thing?

2094 days ago
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eron    

12 emily you cannot watch tmz tmz.com and still be a christian! impossible! hypocritical moron.

2094 days ago
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Myriam & family    

Very funny indeed... that your children and you as parents are supporting such trash... and you are all so frustrated that you think so lightly of all these stupid perversions that are in reality making you not only so unattraftive but so dumb as well... Cheer on, fools! Coporate America is filling its pockets out of your stupidity and little frustrations of impotent ones.... and porn is going mainstream and your children are anything but sluts and pimps to be. Congrats! You can be proud!

2094 days ago
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