February 7th, 2017
We are back from Walt Disney World where we got to spend some time with a big group of Skippers from Orlando's 80's and 90's. We had a SUPER time getting to meet some new friends. We are setting up interviews as we speak, but we wanted to bring you this blast from the plast. This is from our second season when Skippers Johnny V and Alan Shankle were our first WDW Skips on the show. Here's a little something to hold you over whlie we get caught up with all the work we need to catch up on.
January 30th, 2017
Hey there, Adventurers!
Part two of our chat with YouTube personality Tony Goldmark is here. We really hope you are enjoying his content online, and we start off this episode discussing his RiffTrax/MST3K style take on the Disneyland Opening Ceremonies Broadcast.
We are headed to Orlando for the big Skipper Gathering there this weekend, so we'll be in reruns for a few weeks, and coming back at you with new episodes ASAP.
January 23rd, 2017
It's really rare that we have a non-Skipper on the show. But, we occasionally get the chance to have someone on who is so entertaining, and has such good insight about the park experience, that we book them as quickly as we can. Plus, on top of that, our guest produced the YouTube video last year that had me laughing the hardest that I have ever laughed at a Disney produced tv special. That's right, Some Jerk with a Camera, Tony Goldmark, producer and creator of the Disneyland Opening Ceremony Riff videos, is joining us on the podcast. Besides being a strongly opinionated and humorous chap, he's also got an amazing insight into the Theme Park Fandom. We were super honored to have him join us.
In case you want easy access, his videos can be found here...
Some Jerk With A Camera (CLICK HERE)
This is part 1, part 2 will roll out next week!
January 19th, 2017
Hey Adventurers! A little early from us, but never too much good Jungle stuff... We have a lot in the pipeline, so we wanted to put out this episode a little early so we can make sure next Tuesday's episode is good to go before our trip to Orlando.
Today is the second half of our chat with the crew from the WDW Happy Hour podcast, Kathleen and Matt. These guys are great supporters of the podcast, and their show is a solid show in it's first year. So, we love promoting them, and we thank them for all their help. We continue our discussion about where WDW is currently at, and chat more about tips for our visit.
January 10th, 2017
The last few months of 2016 limped past, and 2017 staggered in the door drunk. At least we have a podcast episode to truly celebrate the sort of inebriation that was needed to handle the last 3 months.
We are joined by the hosts of the WDW Happy Hour podcast in a cross polination of our shows, and also because Katherine and Matt are two fun guys who I really enjoyed chatting with. They were big supporters of the Jungle Crews podcast last year, and I wanted our audience to get to know them a little bit. We chat Disney remake movies, WDW vs Disneyland, and of course the best places to eat and drink at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Lots of good fun, and an enjoyable 2 part episode.
We are off on Feb 3-5th to Walt Disney World for a big Skipper Gathering of East coast and West coast Skips! We promise to bring back a lot of fun audio and video for you!
Thanks for sticking through the dry times. We love you guys. All of you. Except Dave. You know who you are, Dave.
December 21st, 2016
So, if you are new-ish to the Podcast, this might confuse you without a little explanation.
One of my favorite parts of the podcast was the 8 episode "Radio Plays" that we produced. Featuring the adventures of Skipper Gary London and his co-pilot Skippy, these shows have been fan favorites from the start of the series. They were our little look into a fictional Jungle universe, and our tribute to the Jungle Cruise. This episode is our last Radio Play, and the Christmas Episode based loosely on a story that we all know and love. Every year I make sure we re-post it around the holiday season, as our little love letter to the lost adventures of Gary London. I know he's out there somewhere, on the River, probably hip deep in egg nog and cheap scotch. Merry Christmas, Gary and Skippy!
And a very Merry Christmas to you all!
December 13th, 2016
We referenced this episode in our last interview with Doctor Marley, and a few people mentioned the links to it weren't active, so we're reposting the first part this week, and the second part later in the week, for your listening pleasures.
This is one of my 5 favorite episodes we have ever done, and I really wish I could have traveled back in time to work just one shift with Don Bobbs...
December 9th, 2016
New episodes have returned! This week we sit down with Skipper David Marley, author of the new book "Skipper Stories" to chat about what he learned during his time writing the book about the history of the Jungle and those who have dared to adventure on it.
His book is available here, from Amazon.
We're continuing to push forward into the new year, and we appreciate all the support. Keep your eyes open, we're still doing a lot of fun stuff in the upcoming months.
December 3rd, 2016
We are busy beavers around the Jungle Crews offices... We just have had cruddy luck in lining up interviews in our post-C&D era. So, we're going to be putting up a few re-runs every week to help you get your quota of Holiday Jungle goodness.
Our 2nd card game, King of the Skippers, is shipping now from our Kickstarter. If you missed it, you can pick up a copy here:
King of the Skippers
As always, we continue to put out daily Jungle news, photos, vintage memories, and collectable Lennox plates at our Facebook page. Join us here for the latest news from the Jungle.
Jungle Crews on Facebook
We are continuing to look for Skippers of any era to interview, but particularly from the 1960's-80's, or any Tokyo or Orlando Skippers we can find. Please email us at JungleCrews@gmail.com if you would like to appear on the podcast.
Thanks for hanging in with us. We may have slowed down this fall, but we're still working hard to line up good content. We're also going to February's big Skipper gather at WDW, so we'll bring back a lot of Orlando interviews from that event.
November 2nd, 2016
Hey Adventurers! Did we just have a huge gap in episodes? Yep, we did, and here's why...
You may have noticed our 60 day absence on new episodes. This was, sadly, not a coincidence. We had a C&D notice given to us on Sept 2nd, and we had to legally not publish any new episodes or content while we sorted out the issues with the plaintiff. There's a couple of episodes that have been "corrected", but it's not something that legally we can discuss. So, there ya go. We are still making podcasts, but we had a real stretch of having a hard time getting interviews lined up while we were working on the C&D and the Kickstarter game. We're in the process of setting up a couple of interviews, and should have things back up soon. In the meantime, we can start doing re-runs again. Thanks for your patience about this. It wasn't something we could comment on until the waiting period was resolved.
So, here's an episode I really like. Skipper George Trullinger is, hands done, one of the nicest guys that has ever been a Skipper. I was so happy he took an hour away from his family during a Disneyland trip to sit down with us. We were also super excited that Skipper Fred Eich was in the area, and decided to sit down with us and share his stories too. This is a favorite, and a good way for us to get back into the swing of things.
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