Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Galeries Levy et Cie (The Levy Department Stores) was a sequel to the popular ethnic comedy Levy and Company. Leon Bellieres and Charles Lamy repeat their roles as the Levy Brothers, Solomon and Moses. Now in charge of a department-store chain, the Levys never let their success get in the way of their constant kvetching. Hoping to increase their wealth by marrying off their niece to a continental charmer, the brothers allow the girl to chart her own romantic course when her would-be husband turns out to be a fraud. As was the case with the earlier film, Galeries Levy et Cie contained a great deal of Jewish-stereotype humor which might seem offensive today.