The Woman was a member of the primitive human tribe inhabiting the jungle of the planet Ashlar. She was among those captured by the ape army, as were Daena, Karubi and Leo Davidson. In the wagon cages carrying them to the Ape City, she tried to stop Leo from challenging the apes and bringing the wrath of the apes upon the human captives. Her eventual fate is unknown.
- Linda Harrison returned to play a brief cameo role in Tim Burton's re-imagining, as did her Planet of the Apes co-star Charlton Heston. The 2001 movie was produced by Harrison's ex-husband Richard D. Zanuck, who was 20th Century Fox's head of production on the original film. The fact that the woman says nothing references the fact that Linda Harrison's other character, Nova, was mute.
|Planet of the Apes - The Chronicle of Ashlar|
|Planet of the Apes TB|
|Planet of the Apes (2001)|
|Leo Davidson | Ari | Thade | Attar | Krull | Limbo | Daena|
|Grace Alexander | Aspasia | Bon | Leeta | | Thade's Niece | Tuug | Karl Vasich | Woman in Cart | Zaius | Sandar | Nado | Nova | Pericles | Semos | Birn | Gunnar | Karubi | Tival|
|Ashlar | Calima | Oberon | Derkein|
|Comics, Novels & Magazines|
|The Human War | Planet Of The Apes (2001) Graphic Novel | Planet of the Apes (2001) (Junior Novelisation) | Planet of the Apes (2001) Concept Art & Costume Tests|
|Planet of the Apes (2001 Soundtrack Album)|