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Walter Eberhart (Character)
from The Stepford Wives (1975)

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Biography:
Walter Eberhardt is perhaps one of the most ordinary... See more »
Alternate Names:
Walter Kresby

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  1. The Stepford Wives (2004) Played by Matthew Broderick (as Walter Kresby)
    ... aka "Stepford Wife" - Japan (English title)

  2. The Stepford Wives (1975) Played by Peter Masterson

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Quotes:
From The Stepford Wives (2004)
Walter Kresby: So that's why we have to leave Stepford? I'm not following.
Joanna Eberhart: Ok. Before, Roger was witty and stylish and ironic.
Walter Kresby: And I'm sure he still is.
Joanna Eberhart: No. Now he's making speeches in a Brooks Brothers suit.
Walter Kresby: Hey, there's lots of ways to be gay. Don't try to make him into a stereotype.
Joanna Eberhart: Bobbie is right, and she's leaving too. This place does something to people. All of the women are always busy and perfect and smiling, and all of the men are always happy.
Walter Kresby: And that's a problem because?
Joanna Eberhart: Because it's not normal, Walter. It's... It's not our world. It's not us. And I'm picking up our kids from camp right now, and we're getting out of here. With or without you.
[she goes to the front door but it is locked, she is extremely frusrated]
Walter Kresby: You'll never change will you? Not really.
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