An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

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Released 1991

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Director:
Phil Nibbelink , Simon Wells
Released:
1991
Rating:
G
An American Tale: Fievel Goes West is the sequel to the 1986 film An American Tale. Produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblimation animation studio, Fievel Goes West was released in 1991 and has gone on to become a much-beloved classic children's movie. The story follows Fievel (Philip Glasser) and his family of Jewish-American mice seven years after they had settled into The Bronx, as the Mousekewitz family is tricked into striking out for the Wild West by a wily cat named Cat R. Waul (John Cleese). Cat R. Waul devises a plan to drive all the mice into his greedy paws and has them herded on to a train heading West. Fievel overhears the cats talking and discovers their evil plans for the mice. Threatened by Fievel, Cat R. Waul orders the other cats to throw Fievel from the train, separating him from the rest of his family, the Mousekewitzes. This touching story follows Fievel's adventures as he searches for his family, desperate to be reunited. A beautiful film with an inspirational message, An American Tale: Fievel Goes West will delight audiences of all ages.moreless
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