"You're the melody/from a symphony/by Strauss!/You're an O'Neill drama!/You're Whistler's mama!/You're Mickey Mouse!"
I don't know how long it takes for the music narration set to recycle itself, but all of our
bunch heard it and it was very, very clear. We also went to our video of the Jungle Cruise
and it confirms it.
REPORTED: Joe Garcia 20 JUN 96
CONFIRMED: Joy Kovacs 08 AUG 96
Common sense helps me on this one. The reported "Audio Hidden Mickey" that occurs in the Jungle Cruise during the song "You're the Top" is not unique to Disneyland. It is in the original song, and appears in the movies "Anything Goes" and "What's up Doc" sung by Barbra Streisand, among others.
WISHFUL THINKING: Tangaroa Jr. 04 AUG 97
The "audio Hidden Mickey" during the on-queue narration at The Jungle Cruise is no less a "real" Hidden Mickey because the song has been played before (it's actually a VERY old song). In fact, some versions of the song omit a reference to Mickey Mouse. The song was chose deliberately for its mention of MM, and it is DEFINITELY there. The fact it may have appeared elsewhere previously is irrelevant.
CONFIRMED: Pepe G. Frutos 03 SEP 97
The "audio" HM in the waiting/line area of the Jungle Cruise, in the Cole Porter song "You're The Top", is THERE! We heard it just as we were about to board our boat. The CM said it takes about 22 minutes for the narration/music to recycle itself.
CONFIRMED: Faridita 01 MAR 99