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Skipper Stories: True Tales from Disneyland's Jungle Cruise Kindle Edition
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Mostly humorous and eye opening, there are a few dramatic or even heartwarming moments too. Fill with in jokes, and inside stories, there guys (and gals) are the "Bad Boys" of the cast Member cadre.
Even back when I worked there, Skippers had a 'certain something" about them and were allowed to get away with stuff no other CM could do.
The tales emphasize how each boat, each trip is different, as a great Skip feeds off an plays off his or her mini-audience.
Of course many pages are devoted to the practical jokes, hazing and shenanigans that Skippers got awya with or ALMOST got away with...
A chapter on celebrities is eye opening!
I worked on the Jungle Cruise in the early 60's, always as a Foreman, and Supervisor. My only complaint with this book, is I wish he would have spent more time researching and interviewing more skippers from the 50's, 60's, and 70's to get a different perspective. Frankly I got a little tired reading the comments from the same people, many of them of the same thing. Hate to admit it, but I even started skipping some pages.
One thing that was really interesting to me is how the park operates now.
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The Jungle Cruise has always been one of my favorite attractions, Very interesting behind the scenes stories.