Fievel is a young Russian mouse separated from his parents on the way to America, a land they think is without cats. When he arrives alone in the New World, he keeps up hope, searching for his family, making new friends, and running and dodging the cats he thought he'd be rid off. Written by
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This Holiday Season Steven Spielberg and Don Bluth bring you a magical experience. A musical journey. And a story that will live in your heart forever.
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Did You Know?
During production, director Don Bluth
staged a demonstration of the difference between limited TV animation and the full animation used in the film. He had his staff stack up animation cels by his feet into two piles, one representing two minutes of limited animation, the other two minutes of full animation. The TV pile reached only to Bluth's shoelaces; the film pile went all the way up to eye level. See more
Although Thomas A. Edison
invented the phonograph in 1877, it did not become available for home use until 1896 (10 years after this story took place). In fact the Edison Phonograph Company was not formed until 1887. See more
Fievel! Tanya! Stop that twirling, twirling! I mean it!
But Mama, it's Hannukah.
For you, every night is Hannukah.
There Are No Cats in America
Music by James Horner
and Barry Mann
Lyrics by Cynthia Weil
Performed by Nehemiah Persoff
, Johnny Guarnieri
, and Warren Hays See more