Born: July 17, 1921
Born Acquanetta Burnu in Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA
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A Few Favorite Memories of Acquanetta
- As the weregorilla "Paula Dupree" in the first of Universal's three "Paula the Ape Girl"
films, getting even with mad evolutionist John
Carradine in Captive Wild Woman (1943).
- Bringing hot primal "Paula" back for an encore,
this time versus mad doctor J. Carrol Naish, in
Jungle Woman (1944).
- As the jealous model who blinds artist Lon Chaney Jr.
in Universal's "Inner Sanctum" programmer Dead Man's Eyes (1944).
- As Lea, voluptuous high priestess of a murderous jungle cult
causing lots of problems for Johnny Weissmuller in
Tarzan and the Leopard Woman (1946).
- As the obligatory South Pacific native girl adding exotic sex appeal to the stew
in the low-budget dinoflick
Lost Continent (1951).
She's in fine company with a good cast of familiar favorites including Cesar Romero, Hillary Brooke, John Hoyt,
Hugh Beaumont, and the great Whit Bissell.
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