An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
Release: November 21, 1991
Release: November 21, 1991

This is the one of the 3 sequels from the original Don Bluth movie" An American Tail". A recent "Cat Attack" ends guiding Fievel Mouskewitz's family and the other mice of New York to the sewer where a strange Western mouse, that's really a puppet performed by the villian of the movie, Cat R. Waul, voiced by John Cleese, telling them to move west where cats are friendly, Sheriff Wylie Burp is the best sheriff in the west, and everything's right. But on the way there, Fievel discovers that Cat R. Waul, a spider, T.R Chula, and other cats, responsible for the Cat Attack, are planning to turn the mice into "mice burgers". It's not long before Chula gives Fievel the "Flying Aaugh" and sens him off the train. In the western desert, he encounters an eagle, his feline friend, Tiger, being a god for a tribe of mice Indians, and reaching Green River where his family is. Meanwhile, Tanya, his sister, is discovered by Cat R. Waul and makes her the entertainment in his saloon, the mice are hard at work making the big mice trap, not knowing it, and no one seems to believe that the cats are really plotting to eat them and thst Tiger is a god. Fievel will have to get the help of Wylie Burp to stop Cat R. Waul...or should we say "Pussy Poos" as Miss Kitty, Tiger's girlfriend, calls him, and take him down! Tiger will have to help as well!

Tanya (singing Dreams to Dream): "Dreams to dream In the dark of the night When the world goes wrong I can still make it right I can see so far in my dreams I'll follow my dreams Until they come true Come with me You will see what I mean There's a world inside No one else ever sees You will go so far in my dreams Somewhere in my dreams Your dreams will come true There is a star Waiting to guide us Shining inside us When we close our eyes Don't let go If you stay close to me In my dreams tonight You will see what I see Dreams to"
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Tanya (singing the intro to The Girl You Left Behind in the saloon bar): "Do you ever miss the Girl YOU LEFT BEHIIIIIINNNNNNDDD?!?!?!"
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Cat R. Waul: "Jolly, jolly good. Now for my part."
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Tanya: "Look, Mama! An actor, and a singer!"
Mama Mousekewitz: "Tanya, stop that. You mustn't stare at people less fortunate than yourself."
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Fievel: "Give 'em the laaaazy eye"
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Cat R. Waul: "Give him the 'Flying Augh' and make it good."
Chula: "The 'Flying Augh'! I just love the 'Flying Augh'!"
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9 years, 9 months ago
Not quite a patch on the original, but it was so close, especially with "Dreams to Dream".
    10 years, 8 months ago
    I actually think that this movie's better than the first one! It's that good!
      10 years, 9 months ago
      I remember my family and I watched this together one time when we rented it on video. Good times.
        12 years ago
        This film is a great follow up to the original, even though it doesn't have the pathos the first one did. What's great about it is that the film establishes itself as an entirely different film, but still keeps in with the chronological time line of the 1986 film.

        The casting in it is great: Phillip Glasser reprises his role as Fievel. Whilst Dom Deluise, John Cleese and James Stewart really kept audiences entertained.
          12 years, 1 month ago
          this is the BEST ´´An american tail´´

          but now dom deluise in dead :(
            12 years, 4 months ago
            Love this movie!! My brother and I would crack up like crazy watching Tiger!! Dom Delouise did an excellent job.
              12 years, 6 months ago
              The good old days when I was a kid this was one of the movies i remember by heart. Fievel goes west what else can i say its a good kids movie.
                13 years, 4 months ago
                I was 4 it was other of my faves.acppect trying to get my mom or dad to rent if for me wasnt happening I could never say fievel. it was fivble and untill a yr ago when my boyfriend gave had to buy it.I still thought it was fivble..untill I was like omg fivble. He thought it was funny..i didnt :P
                  13 years, 4 months ago
                  I vaguely remember watching all of the American tale movies... I used to get them mixed up with that other cartoon movie about mice... I think It was called "The Secret of The Nymph" or maybe it was something else but I know it had the word Nymph in the title... does anyone out there remember what I'm talking about? Anyway, I always thought that movie was better than American Tale.
                    14 years, 6 months ago
                    This shoulda been the last of the American Tail movies. The rest sucked...
                      14 years, 7 months ago
                      i love this movie. it cracks me up every time. i love tiger.
                        14 years, 9 months ago
                        This was a great movie! I was only 5 years old when it came out. I still have it on tape.
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