An American Tail: Fievel Goes West is an animated film produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblimation animation studio, distributed by Universal Pictures, and originally released to movie theatres in 1991. The film follows the story of a family of Jewish-Russian mice who emigrate to the Wild West. In the movie, Fievel Mousekewitz is separated from his family as the train approaches the American Old West; the movie chronicles Fievel and Sheriff Wylie Burp teaching Tiger how to be a dog. Fievel Goes West is the sole theatrical sequel to 1986's An American Tail, although there were later two direct-to-video sequels, the first of which, An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island, treated Fievel Goes West as a dream sequence, thus retconning it; this treatment of the original displeased some fans.

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The soundtrack includes a James Horner song "Dreams to Dream", which was nominated for a Golden Globe award.

Soundtrack album track listingEdit

  1. Dreams to Dream (Finale Version) - Linda Ronstadt
  2. American Tail Overture (Main Title)
  3. Cat Rumble
  4. Headin' Out West
  5. Way Out West
  6. Green River/Trek Through the Desert
  7. Dreams to Dream (Tanya's Version) - Cathy Cavadini
  8. Building A New Town
  9. Sacred Mountain
  10. Reminiscing
  11. The Girl You Left Behind - Cathy Cavadini
  12. In Training
  13. The Shoot-Out
  14. A New Land/The Future

External linksEdit

sv:Resan till Amerika - Fievel i vilda västern

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