Ahhhh, to reverse the aging process. In film, this endeavor usually doesn't go well. If Roger Corman made the film, you are guaranteed of horrific results. Hence 1959's "The Wasp Woman" with Susan Cabot in the title role. In 1957, Corman and Cabot dated and she signed an exclusive contract with him. By the way, she also dated King Hussein of Jordan (I knew King Hussein and Corman had a lot in common). In the 1980s, Cabot started taking a growth hormone which was prescribed to her son, and became mentally ill. Cabot's dwarf son would later bludgeon her to death. Her demise appears to be a morbid connection to her most famous film which we will examine today.