The beloved tree-swinger, first conceived of by renowned author Edgar Rice Burroughs in his Tarzana home, gets an animated facelift in Disney’s 2001 television feature The Legend of Tarzan. The cartoon takes the legend a step further by exploring the life of a more mature Tarzan who must reconcile being reunited with his English family with being the Lord of the Jungle. If there is one thing that could always be counted on to lure the ape-man out of the trees, it’s the presence of sexy white woman Jane Porter (much better than those gorillas you were shagging before, eh Tarz?) Jane has always been a hottie, her animated counterpart being no exception. The lady who does Jane’s voice here could have easily played her in real life. Stunning blonde Olivia D’abo made her film debut beside Arnold Schwarznegger in Conan The Destroyer as Princess Jehnna, the tantrum-throwing teen totty who liked to strut about in tight two-piece attire and give all us movie-going lads painful bouts of denim-mashed wood. Next, she gave us an eye-popping view of the goods in Bolero as she emerged from the sea in a soaked and clingy white T-shirt. Best of all, she proudly thrust her beautiful, firm, perfectly shaped papayas at the camera in Live Nude Girls.