It seems as though all of the movies released before the advent of the DVD have been given new cover “art” for their DVD release. For example, the original artwork for the movie “How to Beat the High Cost of Living” had three naked ladies standing together in a barrel which visually symbolized their financial difficulties while at the same time enticing with sex. For the DVD release, the cover has simply a photo of the three actresses together fully clothed.
Looking at DVD releases of other older movies, the poster art is generally replaced by photos of the actors. I wish they didn’t do this because I think the original poster art is most always better than the photos.