Reader letters: Jungle Cruise memories, ‘Daily Show’ leaves its mark
Entertainment & Arts readers comment on the impact of ‘The Daily Show,’ Disneyland’s Jungle Cruise, a Van Gogh show and more.
Todd Martens’ excellent, well-researched history of Disneyland’s Jungle Cruise and other attractions [“A Course Correction,” July 19] evoked memories of when I worked there.Fifty years ago, before I became a busboy at the French Market in New Orleans Square, employees were trained at the University of Disneyland, where a professor told us true stories of the park intended to discourage us from sarcasm with patrons.
My favorite story was set on a hot summer day when a family from Kansas, clad in shorts, Hawaiian shirts and sunglasses, asked the Jungle Cruise ticket taker how long the cruise lasted.Advertisement“Three days!” was his response.The family excused themselves from the long line, returned to the Disneyland Hotel via the monorail and soon returned with luggage in hand.
“We’re ready for our three-day cruise!”David William SalvaggioRedlands::I enjoyed the story of the revamped Jungle Cruise ride. My husband, Chuck Robinson, was one of the first children to go on the original ride.His absolute terror at the sight of the hippo coming out of the water caused him to scurry up the pipe and hang on for dear life. The guides told that story for many years. headtopics.comRead more: Los Angeles Times »
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How the 'Jungle Cruise' movie helped bring change to Disneyland's rideDwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt and the 'Jungle Cruise' filmmakers discuss honoring, and updating, the beloved Disneyland ride for a big-screen adventure. good luck
‘Jungle Cruise’ Sails To $2.7M On Thursday Night, A24’s ‘Green Knight’ At $750KFriday AM update: Disney is reporting $2.7M for its Dwayne Johnson-Emily Blunt family adventure movie Jungle Cruise from shows that began at 7PM. The film, which was delayed due to the pandemic, is… wat about the suicide squad?
‘The Take’: Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney, ‘Jungle Cruise’ Hits Theaters, Big Trailers Stir Oscar BuzzHollywood studios could be facing major movie star backlash, if Scarlett Johansson's major lawsuit against Disney sets a new precedent. “This may set off a tidal wave of more lawsuits,” says ByClaytonDavis. | Variety The Take presented by VIZIO Watch this week's full episode of 'The Take' for EWagmeister and ByClaytonDavis' perspectives on FreeBritney, 'Jungle Cruise' and more. EWagmeister ByClaytonDavis VIZIO From my limited perspective, I can say that Scarjo’s lawsuit is less about money than it is about principle, and right. My best wishes, and I’m sure those of others of her fans, are with her!
‘Jungle Cruise’ Hailed As Thrilling Reminder To Cancel Disney+NEW YORK—Saying the film “couldn’t have been released at a better time,” critics reportedly hailed Jungle Cruise Thursday as a thrilling reminder to cancel Disney+. “Action and adventure aficionados will love Jungle Cruise, the movie guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping as you remember your Disney+ subscription… BookGeek809 I'm wondering exactly who took the Jungle Cruise ride and left unfulfilled because of all of the loose ends. OnlyVeesAz Why did they make a movie about the worst ride at Disneyland? 😂🤣
How to Watch Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in 'Jungle Cruise' on Disney+The Rock and Emily Blunt star in 'Jungle Cruise,' which is out in theaters and streaming on Disney+ right now. Here's how to watch the film from home if you don't have a Disney+ subscription Emily is brilliant This was a fun movie
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