||At head of title: Steven Spielberg presents An American tail
||Fievel goes west
||In An American Tail, a Russian mouse lands in New York in the 1880s, only to be separated from his family. The courageous little mouse braves the strange new world in a thrilling adventure to find his family. In Fievel Goes West, the fun continues when Fievel joins forces with famed lawdog Wylie Burp to thwart a plot to transform unsuspecting settlers into mouseburgers.
|General note||At head of title: Steven Spielberg presents.|
|General note||DVD double-sided release of the 1986 and 1991 motion pictures.|
|General note||"Family double feature"--Package.|
|General note||Bonus features: sing-along-songs; counting with Digit game; Fievel and Tiger's duo dance; rewease the secwet weapon game; wild west roundup game.|
|Credits||American tail music, James Horner; producers, Don Bluth, Gary Goldman, John Pomeroy; director, Don Bluth; screenplay, Judy Freudberg, Tony Geiss. Fievel goes west music, James Horner; producers, Steven Spielberg, Robert Watts; directors, Phil Nibbelink, Simon Wells; screenplay, Flint Dille.|
||Voices in American tail: Dom DeLuise, Madeline Kahn, Nehemiah Persoff, Christopher Plummer. Voices in Fievel goes west: Phillip Glasser, Cathy Cavadini, John Cleese, Amy Irving, James Stewart, Dom DeLuise.
||MPAA rating: G.
|Language||English, Spanish or French audion with optional English, Spanish or French subtitles.|
|Other title||Fievel goes west.|
|Publisher number||16127 Universal Studios|