It's a disgrace and as I left one of the Stepford Wives
said: "Have you got internet banking yourself?
IT HAS BEEN 40 years since Random House published The Stepford Wives
, Ira Levin's immensely popular tale of submissive suburban robots.
Her 1950s-styled collection, based on The Stepford Wives
by Ira Levin, included printed fabrics inspired by modern and vintage toys.
If New Labour is allowed to continue in government for much longer our children will become neurotic or even grow up like automatons or like the Stepford Wives
The American Wags notoriously line up for photoshoots looking like the Stepford Wives
- immaculate hair, perfect teeth and matching outfits - and spectators will understandably speculate about whether the robotic ladies are as computer-generated as the Chinese fireworks.
WASHINGTON: Ira Levin, author of the best-selling horror and suspense novels Rosemary's Baby, The Stepford Wives
and The Boys from Brazil, all later made into popular films, has died at the age of 78.
Ira Levin, author of Rosemary's Baby, The Stepford Wives
, The Boys From Brazil, A Kiss Before Dying and Sliver, has died, aged 78.
This article argues against the concept of 'Camp Lite' and the dismissal of camp's potential for critique due to its mainstreaming and appearance outside of the gay subculture through an analysis of the new version of The Stepford Wives
Indeed, Bart's hammy turn onstage inspired film producer Scott Rudin and screenwriter Paul Rudnick to create for him the role of the gay "wife" for him in last year's remake of The Stepford Wives
The artist's fascination with canceled celebrity checks has developed into his use of personal checks as a support surface, and he even gets one made out to him, for $1000 from Paramount Pictures for the use of his work in The Stepford Wives
Ira Levin's satirical thriller about robotic SUV moms was brought back to life in the remake of The Stepford Wives
With all due respect, I think that 1984 and the concept of doublespeak might be a better analogy than the Stepford Wives
, at least as far as the Journal goes.