Tarzan & Jane, like Cinderella II, is a series of animated stories and not a feature-length film. Whilst Little Mermaid II and Lady & the Tramp II were essentially inverted remakes of the originals (Meoldy wants to be a mermaid as much as Ariel wanted to be human, and Scamp wants to be wild as much as Tramp became a house-dog), this latest serving from Disney house of re-makes copies the Cinderella II formula for providing short stories based on the Tarzan & Jane characters. The animation is not a patch on the original Tarzan film, and does spoil the film. But the worst thing about it is the fact that kids can watch better Tarzan animated episodes from Disney's weekend show, "Diggit". Having cost almost £15, it would have been better had Tarzan & Jane been a whole new, full-length story of the couple's adventures in the jungle. There is an abundance of new material for a new story-line, yet Disney have taken the easy way out in producing another sequel that will cost parents and leave families wondering if it was really worth it.