Toni van Eyck
|Born||23 October 1910|
|Died||16 April 1988 (aged 77)|
|Years active||1929-1951 (film)|
Toni van Eyck (German pronunciation: [ˈtoːni fan aɪ̯k] ( listen ); 1910–1988) was a German stage and film actress. 
Jan van Eyck was a painter active in Bruges who was one of the early innovators of what became known as Early Netherlandish painting, and one of the most significant representatives of Early Northern Renaissance art. According to Vasari and other art historians including Ernst Gombrich, he invented oil painting, though most now regard that claim as an oversimplification.
Max Jakob Friedländer was a German museum curator and art historian. He was a specialist in Early Netherlandish painting and the Northern Renaissance, who volunteered at the Kupferstichkabinett Berlin in 1891 under Friedrich Lippmann. On Lippmann's recommendation, Wilhelm von Bode took him on as his assistant in 1896 for the paintings division. He was appointed deputy director of the Kaiser Friedrich Museum under Bode in 1904 and became director himself from 1924 to 1932, working on his history From Van Eyck to Bruegel and the 14-volume survey Early Netherlandish Painting. In 1933 he was dismissed as a "non-Aryan" and in 1939 had to move to Amsterdam as a result of being a Jew. He attained the rank and title of geheimrat under the German Empire. He also donated several works to the collection and worked in the art trade as an advisor, to Hermann Göring among others.
Peter van Eyck was a German-born film actor. He was perhaps best known for his roles in the 1960s features The Spy Who Came in from the Cold, Shalako and The Bridge at Remagen.
Toni, Toñi or Tóni is a unisex given name.
Address Unknown is a 1944 American film noir drama film directed by William Cameron Menzies based on Kressmann Taylor's novel Address Unknown (1938). The film tells the story of two families caught up in the rise of Nazism in Germany before the start of World War II.
The Devil's Agent is a 1962 drama film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Peter van Eyck, Marianne Koch, Christopher Lee and Macdonald Carey. It was a co-production between Britain, West Germany and the Republic of Ireland. It was based on a 1956 novel by Hans Habe. It is set in East Germany during the Cold War.
Revolt in the Reformatory is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Georg Asagaroff and starring Carl Balhaus, Vera Baranovskaya, Toni van Eyck. The film was based on a play by Peter Martin Lampel intended as an exposé of the youth justice system. The film was considered controversial, and was banned four times before its eventual release. The film's art direction was by Andrej Andrejew.
Spring Awakening is a 1929 German silent drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Mathilde Sussin, Toni van Eyck and Paul Henckels. It is an adaptation of the play of the same title by Frank Wedekind. It is part of the cycle of Enlightenment films made during the Weimar era.
The Glass Tower is a 1957 West German drama film directed by Harald Braun and starring Lilli Palmer, O.E. Hasse and Peter van Eyck. It was made by Bavaria Film at their studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by the art director Walter Haag. Palmer plays the role of an adulterous socialite.
Labyrinth is a 1959 German-Italian drama film directed by Rolf Thiele and starring Nadja Tiller, Peter van Eyck and Amedeo Nazzari.
Hello, Fraulein! is a 1949 German musical film directed by Rudolf Jugert and starring Margot Hielscher, Hans Söhnker and Peter van Eyck. It was made by the Munich-based company Bavaria Film in what would shortly become West Germany. It marked the German debut of van Eyck who had actually been born in Pomerania but had spent many years in the United States, leading him to be promoted in the film's publicity as an American actor.
Spoiling the Game is a 1932 German comedy film directed by Alfred Zeisler and starring Heinz Rühmann, Toni van Eyck, and Hermann Speelmans. Its hero is a young cyclist who enters a race.
Doctor Crippen Lives is a 1958 West German crime film directed by Erich Engels and starring Elisabeth Müller, Peter van Eyck and Fritz Tillmann. It was made at the Wandsbek Studios of Real Film in Hamburg. The film's sets were designed by the art director Dieter Bartels.
Third from the Right is a 1950 West German musical crime film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Vera Molnar, Robert Lindner and Peter van Eyck. It was made by the Hamburg-based studio Real Film.
Painted Youth is a 1929 German silent film directed by Carl Boese and starring Toni van Eyck, Wolfgang Zilzer, and Olga Limburg.
Call Over the Air is a 1951 Austrian drama film directed by Georg C. Klaren and Georg Wilhelm Pabst and starring Oskar Werner, Lucia Scharf and Fritz Imhoff.
Rommel Calls Cairo is a 1959 West German war thriller film directed by Wolfgang Schleif and starring Adrian Hoven, Elisabeth Müller and Peter van Eyck. It is based on a real incident from the North African Campaign during the Second World War.
Busy Girls is a 1930 German silent drama film directed by Erich Schönfelder and starring Lien Deyers, Ivan Koval-Samborsky and Elza Temary.
A Woman Branded or Dangers of Love is a 1931 German drama film directed by Eugen Thiele and starring Toni van Eyck, Elsa Bassermann and Hans Stüwe.
What Men Know is a 1933 German drama film directed by Gerhard Lamprecht and starring Hans Brausewetter, Erwin Kalser and Toni van Eyck. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art director Werner Schlichting. It was remade as the Swedish film What Do Men Know? the same year.