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VIRAL: Charlotte teen makes mini-action film for prom proposal

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

These days asking a girl to prom isn't just about working up the nerve and hoping she says yes.

One teen in Charlotte took the "will you" question to a whole new level when he made a full on mini-action flick.

Charlotte Catholic senior Jacob Boll created the YouTube video with help from his friends.  He wanted to ask Hailey Altman, the school's homecoming queen, to the prom.

The video has an Indiana Jones-esque feel to it as he goes on a "great adventure" to ask Altman out.

He made a deal with his teacher to show the video on the class monitor while Altman watched. Her reaction was caught on tape, too. So was the "yes."

It's also worth mentioning that Boll's father is WBTV's own Jamie Boll.

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