G | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
While emigrating to the United States, a young Russian mouse gets separated from his family and must relocate them while trying to survive in a new country.
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
The Land Before Time
All Dogs Go to Heaven
The Secret of NIMH
An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island
An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster
FernGully: The Last Rainforest
The Rescuers Down Under
The Pebble and the Penguin
The frightening Neptune-like ocean specter that terrorizes Fievel during the storm at sea is clearly, at least partly, inspired by the demon Chernabog in Walt Disney's FANTASIA (1940).
Tanya, Fievel! Will you stop that twirling, twirling! Uh, no. No more, that's it. Time for bed, come.
Papa Mousekewitz: But Mama, it's Hanukkah.
Mama Mousekewitz: For you, every night is Hanukkah. Papa? Enough already. They'll never get to sleep.
Papa Mousekewitz: All right, all right.
During the song "Never say never" The Statue of Liberty's tablet is visible behind Fiever. The Tablet shows JULY IV MDCCLXXVI, true to real life. However, a moment later, the numerals read MDCCLXXV.
The first half of the end credits feature period engravings of what New York City looked like in the 1880s.
The 2006 DVD release includes a remastered 5.1 soundtrack, both in Dolby Digital and DTS. It also has some dialogue changes compared to the original, most noticeably: Extra dialogue that was recorded but never used, and different voices for the orphans towards the end of the film (adults instead of kids - these are actually the original voices, which were replaced by children after the scene was animated).
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