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An American Tail: Fievel Goes West Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

In this animated sequel to [[Feature~V2010~An American Tale~americanme]], Fievel Mousekewitz strikes out from not-so-enthralling New York City in a wagon train headed West. Helping propel the departure is a crafty cat named Cat R. Waul who tells our Fievel that out West the cats and mice get along just fine. Once on the trail, Fievel finds that the cat's real plan is mice meat pie out of the little rodents, and Fievel tries his darndest to warn everyone, but to no avail. On his side, however, are a couple of friendly cats, including one named Tiger (voice: [[Performer~P87126~Dom Deluise~domdeluise]]) whose scattered one-liners will keep most audiences chuckling. Another wonderful character is the has-been sheriff Wylie Burp (voice: [[Performer~P229307~James Stewart~jamesstewart]]). Although this film may be rightfully criticized as being a little too tame, even for toddlers, the endearing and humorous character side-play will likely appeal to most little ones, and very possibly some big people, too. ~ Rovi

  • Release date:November 1, 1991

Crew

Phil Nibbelink
Director
Simon Wells
Director
David Kirschner
Producer
Frank Marshall
Producer
Kathleen Kennedy
Producer
Steven Spielberg
Producer
Stephen Hickner
Producer
Charles Swenson
Screenwriter
Flint Dille
Screenwriter
Will Jennings
Songwriter
James Horner
Composer (Music Score)
Nick Fletcher
Editor
Scott Santoro
Special Effects
Kristof Serrand
Animator
Nancy Beiman
Animator
Rob Stevenhagen
Animator
Bibo Bergeron
Animation Director
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