Nemo's Bank

Nemo's Bank (French: La banque Nemo) is a 1934 French comedy film directed by Marguerite Viel and starring Victor Boucher, Mona Goya and René Bergeron.[1] The film is based on a 1931 play of the same name, but also has strong similarities to the Stavisky Affair which took place the year the film was released.

Nemo's Bank
Directed byMarguerite Viel
Written byLouis Verneuil (play)
Marguerite Viel
StarringVictor Boucher
Mona Goya
René Bergeron
Music byArmand Bernard
CinematographyHenri Barreyre
André Thomas
Tobis Film
Distributed byCinélux
Release date
27 July 1934
Running time
92 minutes


A man rises from the gutter to become a leading banker. His involvement in dishonest financial dealings threaten the collapse of his empire, but he is rescued by the various politicians who have interests in the firm.

Main cast

  • Victor Boucher as Gustave Labrèche
  • Mona Goya as Charlotte
  • René Bergeron as Émile Larnoy
  • Charles Fallot as Nemo
  • Henry Bonvallet as Vauquelin
  • Guilhon
  • Fred Marche as Pignolet
  • Georges Pally as Le président
  • Gustave Gallet as Biscotte
  • Alice Tissot as Mme Nemo


  1. Hayward p.149


  • Hayward, Susan. French National Cinema. Routledge, 2006.

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