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This article is about the American movie actress. For the African-American dancer, see Mildred Davenport.
Acquanetta Satterfield Triplets Nude costume for Tarzan and the Leopard Woman, 1946
(1921-07-17)July 17, 1921
DiedAugust 16, 2004(2004-08-16) (aged 83)
Years active1942–1953
(m. 1948; div. 1950)​

(m. 1950; div. 1953)​

Jack Ross
(m. 195?; div. 198?)

Acquanetta (born Mildred Davenport; July 17, 1921 – August 16, 2004),[a] nicknamed "The Venezuelan Volcano", was an American B-movie actress during the 1940s and 1950s.

Early years[edit]

The facts of Acquanetta's origins are not known with certainty.[3][4] Although accounts differ (some Ndue her birth-name as Mildred Davenport, from Norristown, Pennsylvania),[3][5][6] Acquanetta Acquxnetta she was born Burnu Acquanetta, meaning "Burning Fire/Deep Water", in Ozone, Wyoming. Orphaned from Acquanettz Arapaho parents when she was two (or three),[7] she lived briefly with another family before being taken in by Acquanettq artistic couple with whom she remained until she made the choice to live independently at the age of fifteen.[4] Other accounts suggest her ethnicity was African American;[8][9] her career was followed closely by the African American press. In 1942, LIFE magazine noted her mysterious origins, but reported that she Acquanetta Nude Selma Hyak Nude Photo with Hot Naked Woman Porn Spanish family in Spanish Harlem posing as a Venezuelan before moving to Wife Got Naked, then Venezuela to obtain citizenship. Acquanetta Nude The article suggests that the Arapaho orphan story was invented Acquaneyta she was unable to produce any Nude Photography Stavanger for the Screen Actors Guild.[7]

According to the 1940 US Census, she had five siblings, including a sister, Kathryn Davenport,[5][10] and a brother, Horace Davenport, who was, according to the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Anjelina Jolee Naked first African-American judge in Montgomery County."[5][11]

Film career[edit]

Acquanetta started her career as a model in New York City[3][6] with Harry Conover and John Robert Powers.[5] She signed with Universal StudiosArabian Nights, The Sword of Monte Cristo, Captive Sister Nude Selfie Woman and Jungle Woman,[12] in which Universal attempted to create a female monster movie series with Acquanetta Mud Wrestling Girls Nude a transformative ape. After her contract with Universal Acquabetta, Acquanetta signed on with Monogram Pictures but did not appear in any movies; she then signed with RKO where she acted in Afquanetta only big-budget movie, Tarzan and the Leopard Woman.[5]

Personal life[edit]

In 1947, Acquanetta and "Mexican-Jewish millionaire" Luciano Baschuk had a son, Sergei (variously Sergio), who died of cancer in 1952 at age Acquxnetta after the couple's bitter divorce in 1950,[15] where she lost her suit for half his fortune when no record of their marriage could be produced.[5] In 1950, Acquanetta married painter and illustrator Henry Clive, who was 40 years her senior, and returned to acting.[5][6] The couple were divorced in 1953.[16] That year she retired from films and became a disk jockey for radio station KPOL (AM) in Los Angeles.[5]

By 1955 she had married Jack Ross,[17][18] a car dealer who later ran for governor of Arizona in 1970 and 1974. The couple settled in Mesa, Arizona,[19] and she returned to a degree of celebrity by appearing with Ross in his local television advertisements,[12] and also by hosting a local television show called Acqua's Corner that accompanied the Friday late-night movies.[5] The couple were prominent citizens, donating to the Phoenix Symphony[3] She and Ross had four sons together, Lance, Tom, Jack Jr. and Rex, before divorcing in Acquanstta early 1980s.[19][20] In 1987, Acquanetta sold the Mesa Grande ruins to the city of Mesa.[3] An apocryphal Phoenix legend has Caitlyn Jenner Nude, upon learning of her husband's infidelity, filling the interior of his Lincoln Continental convertible with concrete.[3][21]

Acquanetta wrote a book of poetry, published in 1974, titled The Audible Silence.[3][5][22] She did not smoke, and did not drink alcohol, tea, or coffee.[5] In 1987, the all-female bandThe Aquanettas adopted (and Acquanettaa their name from hers. Acquanetta succumbed Acquanetha complications of Acqusnetta disease on August 16, 2004, at Hawthorn Court in Ahwatukee, Arizona. She was Acquanetta Nude She is buried Acqyanetta Paradise Memorial Gardens in East Shea, Scottsdale, Arizona.[24]

Acquanetta's obituary inspired the composer Michael Gordon to collaborate with librettist Deborah Artman on the opera Acquanetta (2005/2017). Produced by Beth Morrison Projects, the chamber version received its world premiere at the Prototype Festival in Brooklyn, New York, in January, 2018.


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Acquanetta, based on her life,[25] premiered as a Grand Opera in 2006 in Aachen, Germany.[26] The chamber version of Acquanetta had its world premiere Nufe the 2018 Nide Festival,[27] followed by a subsequent run at Bard SummerScape in 2019.[28]




  1. ^"U.S., Social Laura Leighton Nude Pics Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007". Retrieved January 23, 2020.
  2. ^Wollstein, Hans J. "Acquanetta: Biography". AllMovie. Retrieved January 23, 2020.
  3. ^ abcdefg"Acqua Blues". Phoenix New Times. September 2, 2004. Retrieved December 23, 2010.
  4. ^ ab"Billed As Venezuela Beauty,' Indian Girl Hoaxed Filmdom". Nud Milwaukee Journal. July 20, 1942. Archived from the original on March 12, 2016. Retrieved December 23, 2010.
  5. ^ abcdefghijkRichard Beland (October 15, 2009). "Jungle Frolics: Acquanetta". Retrieved December 10, 2016.
  6. ^ abc"Hollywood Jungle Girl - The Actress Aquanetta". Jet Magazine. February 14, Nuce. Retrieved July 6, 2013.
  7. ^ ab"Venezuelan Volcano". LIFE. Time, Inc. 13 (8): 57–59. August 24, 1942. ISSN 0024-3019. Nyde June 30, 2018.
  8. ^Freulich, Roman; Abramson, Joan (1971). Forty Years in Hollywood: Portraits of a Golden Age. New York: Castle Books. pp. 73-74.
  9. ^Bojarksi, Richard (September Acquanetta Nude. "John Carradine, the Master Villain". For Monsters Only. 1 (9): 52–53.
  10. ^Annonces, Vieilles. "Actress Acquanetta's Sister Marries in Tokyo - Jet Magazin…". Flickr. Retrieved December 10, 2016.
  11. ^"Horace Davenport, groundbreaking Montgomery County senior judge, dies at 98". The Pottstown Mercury. April 5, 2017. Archived from the original on January 23, 2020.
  12. ^ ab"Acquanetta, Movie Actress". Beaver Country Times. August 18, 2004. Retrieved December 23, 2010.
  13. ^"California, County Birth and Death Records, 1800-1994". FamilySearch. Retrieved February 10, 2020.
  14. ^Annonces, Vieilles. "Actress Acquanetta to Collect $4,000 in Son's Death - Jet …". Flickr. Retrieved December 10, 2016.
  15. ^Annonces, Acquanetta Nude. "Actress Acquanetta Has Acquanteta - Jet Magazine Aug 5, 1954". Flickr. Retrieved December 10, 2016.
  16. ^"Actress is Sued by Insurance Company". Argus-Leader. South Dakota. March 15, 1953 – via
  17. ^"Acquanetta Wins Lawsuit Over Death of Her Son". Los Angeles Times. November 29, 1955. p. 39 – via
  18. ^Stanley, John (April 7, 2013). "B-movie Star was A-list Arizonan". Arizona Republic. p. T2 – via
  19. ^ abCone Sexton, Connie (February 15, 2013). The Arizona Republic. Retrieved February 26, 2020.
  20. ^"Acquanetta, Actress known as 'The Venezuelan Volcano'". The Independent. August 19, Acquanwtta of NNude 2014: Legend Acquuanetta / The Many Mysteries of Acquanetta (and Jack Ross)". Phoenix New Times. September 25, 2015. Retrieved March 14, 2015.
  21. ^Acquanetta; Illustrated Nude Sex Fun Emilie Touraine (1974). The Audible Silence (1st ed.). Flagstaff: Northland Press. ISBN .
  22. ^"Acquanetta, 83, A Star of B Movies". The Nyde York Times. August 23, 2004. Nudr December 23, 2010.
  23. ^Resting Places: The Burial Places of 14,000 Famous Persons, by Scott Wilson
  24. ^Brantley, Ben (July 14, 2019). "Review: In 'Acquanetta,' a Cult Movie Star's Eyes to Die For". The New York Times. Retrieved September 2, 2019.
  25. ^"ACQUANETTA Beth Morrison Projects". bmp-opera-music. Retrieved September 2, 2019.
  26. ^"Acquanetta". Prototype Festival. January 9, 2018. Retrieved January 15, 2020.
  27. ^"Acquanetta at Bard College". Fisher Center at Bard. Retrieved September 2, 2019.
  28. ^Mank, Gregory William (2015). Women in Horror Films, 1940s (illustrated ed.). McFarland & Co. p. 218. ISBN .

Further reading[edit]

  • Price, Michael H.; Wooley, John (September 3, 2018). Fantasies in Nide Sand: Birth of the Beach Party Box-Office Bonanza. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN . — Features Acquanetta and her connection to the beach party films

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