High School Musical

High School Musical
High School Musical

Year

2006

Duration

94 minutes

Genres

Family, Musicals, Romance

Language

English

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High School Musical tells the toe-tapping story of Troy Bolton and Gabriella Montez. He's the sports-mad captain of his school basketball team, and she's a shy maths whizz. But when Gabriella transfers to Troy's school, the two find themselves united by a common passion - auditioning for the school musical. But will their talent be enough to foil the attempts to sabotage them made by rivals Sharpay and Ryan?

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