High School Musical

Visible crew/equipment: When "Stick to the Status Quo" is starting, the camera pans down from the balcony past Sharpay. As it goes down, you can see the camera reflected in the balcony's glass screens.

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Visible crew/equipment: At the start of the first shot in Principal Matsui's office, when Ms. Darbus and Coach Bolton are arguing about detention, the camera's reflection is visible on the computer screen as it's tracking backwards.

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Visible crew/equipment: At the final callbacks, when Ms. Darbus calls Sharpay and Ryan onstage, the reflector screen is seen in her glasses.

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Quotes

Chad Danforth: Have you ever seen Michael Crawford on a cereal box?
Troy Bolton: Who's Michael Crawford?
Chad Danforth: Exactly my point! He was the Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Now, my mom, she's seen that musical 27 times and she put Michael Crawford's picture in our refrigerator. Not on it, in it. So, my point is if you play basketball, you're gonna end up on a cereal box. If you sing in musicals, you're gonna end up in my mom's refrigerator.
Troy Bolton: Why would she put his picture in her refrigerator?
Chad Danforth: One of her crazy diet ideas! Look, I don't have time to understand the female mind, Troy!

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Mistakes

When Troy says "I'll sing with her," Ms. Darbus turns around "in response" to his voice before he even says anything.

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Trivia

After the credits, there is an enjoyable one minute scene with Sharpay and Zeke.

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