In this animated sequel to An American Tale, 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: Dom Deluise) whose scattered one-liners will keep most audiences chuckling. Another wonderful character is the has-been sheriff Wylie Burp (voice: James Stewart). 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.~Phillip Erlewine
Philip GlasserFievel Mousekewitz
James StewartWylie Burp
Cathy CavadiniTanya Mousekewitz
John CleeseCat R. Waul
Erica YohnMama Mousekowitz
Nehemiah PersoffPapa Mousekewitz
Amy IrvingMiss Kitty
Jon LovitzT.R. Chula
Mickie T. McGowan
James HornerComposer (Music Score)
Neil RossArt Director
Scott SantoroSpecial Effects
Bibo BergeronAnimation Director
Childrens and Family
Children's Fantasy,Family-Oriented Adventure
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
Year of Release
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West [Blu-ray] 
I loved this movie watched it alot when i was a kid.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Great Family & Western Animated Film!!!
Great all-star cast and sequel to 'American Tale'. Follow Fievel to the American West complete with music score and even a cameo role with Jimmy Stewart's voice! One of the best animated films of its era!!!
A wonderful tale of western lore and fantastic character development. The animation though outdated offers insightful views into emotional development of the youth. The reality is there would be less kids in prison if they were forced to watch this.
I used to love this movie when I was a kid. I saw this and just had to get it to watch it with my kids. They liked it but not as much as I hoped, but cartoons are so different now anyways. Still glad I made this purchase. It was only $5.