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Welcome to Episode 36 of Stories of the Magic! I’m Randy, your host. Thank you for joining me!
In this episode, we’re back for part 2 of my interview with Kyle Crocker, a former skipper on the World Famous Jungle Cruise at Disneyland, and current host of the Tales from the Jungle Crews podcast.
In this episode, Kyle talks about…
- The role he’d most like to have with the Disneyland Resort and why;
- Working Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln…and a little bit of a soapbox;
- A special memory of Walt’s daughter Diane;
- More about Mr. Lincoln;
- A bit of conversation about attractions before Walt Disney’s passing vs. after and preserving the legacy;
- A question Kyle had for me: Is the Jungle Cruise still there in 2055 in its current form;
- Another soapbox 🙂 ;
- The first time he remembers feeling like he was part of something truly special at Disneyland;
- Starting the Tales from the Jungle Crews podcast;
- The SkipCast network;
- Were Jungle Cruise skippers really the rebels?;
- His favorite Jungle Cruise jokes;
- His advice to guests;
- The job he’d most like to have with Disney;
- What he’d like to see for a 3rdAnaheim park;
- What inspires him;
- And his advice to you if you want to work for the Disney parks.
Stay tuned after the conclusion of the interview for a special announcement about Stories of the Magic and Disney’s D23 Expo.
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Music and voiceovers provided by Rick Moyer.