Who was Fievel the Mouse?

Who was Fievel the Mouse?

Who was Fievel the Mouse?

Fievel Mousekewitz is the main protagonist of the An American Tail series. He is the middle child of Mama and Papa Mousekewitz, younger brother of Tanya and older brother to Yasha. He is an adventurous mouse who often endangers himself through his reckless but mostly innocent actions.

Is Fifel Russian?

A high-spirited, daring yet naïve Russian-Jewish mouse, Fievel becomes a frightened child when he is separated from his family.

What is Fievel Goes West based on?

In it, Fievel is separated from his family as the train approaches the American Old West; the film chronicles him and Sheriff Wylie Burp teaching Tiger how to act like a dog….

An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
Based on Characters by Judy Freudberg Tony Geiss David Kirschner
Produced by Steven Spielberg Robert Watts

Where do the immigrants land in New York in An American Tail?

Castle Garden
In An American Tail Castle Garden is where we first see humans being registered as immigrants, and later it cuts to a smaller area underground where immigrant mice are undergoing a similar process, having their names changed to sound less foreign.

What do the cats in An American Tail represent?

In the film, cats play the role of the persecutors and they represent persecution as a whole. In contrast, mice are pictured as the persecuted. For example, it is narrated that Papa Mousekewitz, a Russian Jew, lost his father in a cat attack.

How many American tails are there?

An American Tail1986
An American Tail: Fievel Goes West1991An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island1998An American Tail: The Mystery of the Night Monster1999

Who plays the Cat in Fievel Goes West?

John Cleese
John Cleese: Cat R. Waul. Jump to: Photos (6)

Where do the mousekewitz live?

His name is Fievel Mousekewitz, the star of the first animated film by Steven Spielberg, An American Tail. The year is 1885. Fievel (the voice of 7-year-old Phillip Glasser), his parents, sister, and baby brother, live in a comfortable mouse hole in Shostka, Russia.