We all expect a little exaggeration in movie posters. For instance, in a Star Wars poster Princess Leia is pictured in a low-cut dress that she doesn't wear on screen. But I have discovered a case that goes too far. I recently purchased The Wasp Woman, a Roger Corman flick from 1959. Please examine the DVD cover art below:
So you would assume from this picture that the Wasp Woman had a wasp's body and the head of a pretty woman and was significantly larger than the average human being. But, when you watch the actual movie, what do you see?