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Peter van Eyck

Peter van Eyck

Birthdate: July 16, 1911

Deathdate: July 15, 1969

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Peter van Eyck, born Götz von Eick (16 July 1911, Steinwehr, Pomerania, Germany (now Kamienny Jaz, Poland) – 15 July 1969, Männedorf near Zürich, Switzerland), was a German-American actor. Description above from the Wikipedia article Peter van Eyck, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.     ...detailed bio


The Bridge at Remagen (1969)

The film opens with the U.S. Army racing to capture the still intact Oberkassel bridge, as the tanks, trucks and armoured vehicles approach the bridge the passengers of a Wehrmacht hospital train wait nervously to cross to the relative safety of the east bank of the Rhine. Under fire from the far...

Shalako (1968)

A hunting party composed of European aristocrats is led into Apache territory in 1880 New Mexico by their guide, Bosky Fulton. When a French countess, Irina Lazaar, wanders off by herself, she is confronted by Indians, only to be rescued by Shalako, a former Cavalry officer sent by the Army to gu...

Heidi (1968)

Heidi is a 1968 NBC made-for-TV film version of the original 1880 novel of the same name which debuted on November 17, 1968. It starred actress Jennifer Edwards, stepdaughter of Julie Andrews and daughter of Blake Edwards, in the title role, alongside Maximilian Schell, Jean Simmons, and Michael ...

The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1966)

The West Berlin office of the Circus, under administrator Alec Leamas (Richard Burton), has not been doing well. In fact, he is recalled to London shortly after the death of one of his operatives. Leamas is seemingly demoted to the banking section of the agency. In reality, a carefully staged tra...

Duell vor Sonnenuntergang (1965)

During a cattle drive, Don McGow leaves the herd in charge of his younger brother and rides off. When the herd is reported stolen he blames himself and goes in search of the thieves only to discover it is his brother.

Die Todesstrahlen des Dr. Mabuse (1964)

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Scotland Yard vs. Dr. Mabuse (1963)

Scotland Yard vs. Dr Mabuse (German: Scotland Yard jagt Dr. Mabuse and also known as Scotland Yard Hunts Dr. Mabuse) is a 1963 German crime film directed by Paul May and starring Peter van Eyck.

The Longest Day (1962)

The Longest Day is filmed in the style of a docudrama. Beginning in the days leading up to D-Day, the film concentrates on events on both sides of the channel such as the Allies waiting for the break in the poor weather and the anticipation of the Axis forces defending northern France. The film p...

The Devil's Agent (1962)

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 and was an English-language version of the German film Im Namen...

The Thousand Eyes of Dr. Mabuse (1960)

A reporter is killed in his car on his way to work. Inspector Kras gets a call from his informant Peter Cornelius, a blind fortune-teller, who had a vision of the crime but not the perpetrator. Meanwhile, Henry Travers, a rich American industrialist, checks into the Luxor Hotel, which has been ou...

The Girl Rosemarie (1958)

West Germany in '50s is becoming an economic superpower. In such climate, Rosemarie is just one of many enterpreneurs who wants her piece of new fortune. She uses her charms to bring members of West German industrial elite to her bed. There she finds business secrets and later sells them to Frenc...

The Snorkel (1958)

The Snorkel is a 1958 British thriller film directed by Guy Green and starring Peter van Eyck, Betta St. John and Mandy Miller. A girl investigates her mother's apparent suicide which she believes to have been murder. The movie was made for ?100,000.

Le feu aux poudres (1957)


Fric-frac en dentelles (1957)


Attack (1956)

Europe 1944: Fragile Fox is a company of American G.I.s based in a Belgian town near the front line. They are led by Captain Erskine Cooney (Eddie Albert), a man who appears to be better at handling red tape than military strategy. Cooney is a natural coward who freezes under fire and cannot brin...

Run for the Sun (1956)

Katie Connors, on the editorial staff of Sight magazine, journeys to San Marcos, a remote Mexican fishing village, seeking novelist and adventurer Mike Latimer, who has abandoned writing "at the peak of his fame" and dropped from sight. She soon learns that he is indeed there, indulging in drinki...

Mr. Arkadin (1955)

Guy Van Stratten, a small-time American smuggler working in Europe, is at the scene of the murder of a man named Bracco. The dying man whispers two names that he claims are very valuable, one of which is Gregory Arkadin. Using this small bit of information and lots of bluffing, Van Stratten manag...

A Bullet for Joey (1955)

Communist agents in Canada are spying on Dr. Carl Macklin, an atomic physicist whose knowledge they want. To kidnap him, Eric Hartman, the party's top man in Montreal, offers $100,000 to a deported American criminal, Joe Victor. Joe's former flame, Joyce Geary, is blackmailed into helping with th...

Night People (1954)

Allied enemies kidnap Corporal John "Johnny" Leatherby, a young American soldier in West Berlin. Lt. Col. Steve Van Dyke, the American provost marshal assigned to investigate, learns through his East German contact Frau "Hoffy" Hoffmeir that the soldier has been kidnapped by East German agents w...

The Wages of Fear (1953)

Frenchmen Mario and Jo, Dutch Bimba and Italian Luigi are stuck in the isolated South American town of Las Piedras. Surrounded by desert, the town is linked to the outside world only by a small airport, but the airfare is beyond the means of the men. There is little opportunity for employment asi...