Certainly not in a mainstream Tarzan movie.
Few actresses, save maybe Miriam Hopkins or Kay Francis, are more closely associated with the era of pre-Code Hollywood than playful but tough-as-nails Joan Blondell.
He goes on to write however that it is not clear if all those who made threats to release the tape had an actual copy or had just heard of it, and if they even wanted or had demanded money to keep quiet.
My inner Hermione is preening because we knew most of these names and faces.
Tashman, nearly ten years older than Francis, had been in the Ziegfeld Follies in the 1910s and had been making movies since the early 20s.
There were usually 2 regular contestants, followed by a celebrity mystery guest.