Brother Horace admitted in an interview after her funeral that he'd never seen any of his sister's films.
Acquanetta had seven grandchildren at the time of her death.
Acquanetta published a book of poems entitled The Audible Silence.
Acquanetta and her husband, Jack Ross, got divorced sometime in the early 80's.
According to the studio Acquanetta's name meant "burning fire, deep water."
Acquanetta's biological parents gave her up shortly after she was born.
Acquanetta was an avid fan of the Phoenix Suns basketball team.
She was a patron of the Phoenix Symphony.
Acquanetta helped found the Sagebrush Theatre in Scottsdale, AZ.
Acquanetta co-starred with Lon Chaney, Jr. in the 1944 film Dead Man's Eyes/
Acquanetta's last on-screen appearance came in the 1990 film The Legend of Grizzly Adams.
Her brother, Horace Davenport, became a judge in Pennsylvania.
For many years, Acquanetta had her own Friday night late night show in the Phoenix area entitled Acqua's Corner.
Acquanetta was of Arapaho Native American descent.
Acquanetta and her husband Jack Ross had four sons: Jack, Jr., Lance, Thomas, and Rex.
Her most famous role was the title role opposite Johnny Weismuller in Tarzan and the Leopard Woman.
For many years Acquanetta appeared in commercials for husband Jack Ross's car dealership.
Acquanetta pretty much retired from acting after marrying Phoenix car dealer Jack Ross in 1953 and moving to the Phoenix area to reside.
Acquanetta was also billed as Burnu Acquanetta.
She began her showbiz career as a model in New York City.
Acquanetta was born in Wyoming but she grew up in Norristown, PA.