The Wasp Woman

Roger and Gene Corman’s first ‘The Filmgroup’ production is a slick little programmer that belies its drive-in monster movie heritage: the trim tale is no minimalist effort, but a well-developed drama sourced in the twin drives to succeed and stay young. This deluxe edition contains both the Theatrical and TV versions, plus a Tom Weaver commentary that tells the incredible true-crime tale of Corman’s impressive leading lady Susan Cabot.

The Wasp Woman


Scream Factory

1959 / B&W / 1:85 widescreen / 63 min. / Street Date October 30, 2019 / 27.99

Starring: Susan Cabot, Anthony Eisley, Barboura Morris, William Roerick, Michael Mark, Lynn Cartwright, Frank Gerstle, Bruno VeSota, Roy Gordon, Carolyn Hughes, Frank Wolff, Philip Barry, Gene Corman, Roger Corman, Lani Mars (Kinta Zertuche).

Cinematography: Harry Neumann

Film Editor: Carlo Lodato

Art Direction: Daniel Haller

Original Music: Fred Katz

Written by Leo Gordon, Kinta Zertuche

Produced and Directed by Roger Corman

Roger Corman is much more than an exploitation specialist.
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