Great Movie, but FULL of Sexual Innuendos
Most people think of Oklahoma as a family-friendly movie in the same company as The King and I or Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, but it's not. There are multiple references to pornography (Judd has a naked woman hanging on his wall, Lorrie's elderly aunt jokes about the cowboys looking at porn and Will Parker glowingly describes the body of burlesque dancer). Plus, there's a good deal of innuendo. The peddler man asks Lorrie and Annie to bathe naked with him. He invites Annie to stay with him in a hotel overnight. He later implies that he spent the night with Annie in a haystack (prompting her father to force an engagement). Will admits that he's been "sowing wild oats" and has given up some things "a gentleman never mentions" because he wants to marry Annie. And in the last scene, Will and Annie appear on screen with their hair all messed and clothes hastily button up as Aunt Eller says "You missed all the excitement." They slyly answer "No we didn't."
Look, I love this movie. The music is outstanding, the cinematography is beautiful, characters are memorable the storyline really engaging. But I would never let impressionable young teens watch this! Definitely for adults only, or at the very least very mature teens who are not in the throes of puberty and still trying to figure things out.