Nicolas Nancey

Nicolas Nancey, real name Nicolas Zouros, (1874 – 13 October 1925) was a French dramatist and screenwriter. Once referred to as a successor of Eugène Labiche and Georges Feydeau[1] he has written 15 plays in the vaudeville as well as boulevard genre, in collaboration with dramatists such as Paul Armont, Henry de Gorsse or André Mouëzy-Éon.

Nicolas Nancey
Born
Nicolas Zouros

1874
Died13 October 1925
Marseille
OccupationDramatist, screenwriter

Theatre

in collaboration with Paul Armont
  • 1905: Le Truc du Brésilien
  • 1906: Le Trèfle à quatre
  • 1909: Théodore et Cie
  • 1920: Le Zèbre
in collaboration with Jean Rioux
  • 1912: Pétoche, vaudeville in two acts
  • 1913: Monsieur le juge, vaudeville in four acts
  • 1914: Faute de grives, vaudeville in one act
in collaboration with André Mouëzy-Éon
  • 1919: L'Héritier du bal Tabarin
  • 1925: Il est cocu, le chef de gare
in collaboration with Henry de Gorsse
  • 1921: Trois poules pour un coq, vaudeville in 3 acts
  • 1921: Oscar ! Tu le seras, vaudeville in 3 acts
  • 1922: Le Coup d'Abélard, vaudeville in 3 acts
  • 1923: Un homme de paille, vaudeville in 3 acts
  • La Petite Dame du wagon-lit

Filmography

  • 1916: La trovata del brasiliano, directed by Filippo Castamagna, based on the play Le Truc du Brésilien
  • 1920: The Glad Eye, directed by Kenelm Foss and James Reardon, based on the play Le Zèbre
  • 1923: À la gare, directed by Robert Saidreau
  • 1925: Teodoro e socio, directed by Mario Bonnard, based on the play Théodore et Cie
  • 1927: The Glad Eye, directed by Maurice Elvey, based on the play Le Zèbre
  • 1932: Le Truc du Brésilien, directed by Alberto Cavalcanti, based on the play Le Truc du Brésilien
  • 1932: Ah! Quelle gare!, directed by René Guissart, based on the play Il est cocu, le chef de gare
  • 1933: Théodore et Cie, directed by Pierre Colombier, based on the play Théodore et Cie
  • 1933: L'Héritier du bal Tabarin, directed by Jean Kemm, based on the play L'Héritier du bal Tabarin
  • 1936: La Petite Dame du wagon-lit, directed by Maurice Cammage, based on the play La Petite Dame du wagon-lit
  • 1939: Un mare di guai, directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia, based on the play Théodore et Cie
  • 1941: Station Master, directed by Jan Svitak, based on the play Il est cocu, le chef de gare
  • 1946: El tercer huésped, directed by Eduardo Boneo, based on the play Il est cocu, le chef de gare

References

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