Mr. })(); She avoids all of Tony's advances along the way. Fievel's American Tails was where Yasha got her chance to shine. They have the police force in their pockets (most notably Chief McBrusque, a merciless and cruel Irish policeman who isn't afraid to unleash some police brutality whenever someone at the factory stands up to them, provided he is paid handsomely afterwards), and they excert full control over their employees, understanding that fear is a powerful motivational tool. Warren promptly orders his gang to seize the mouse and lock him up. Fievel and Tanya ride on his back as he shows off his newly finished statue, and when Fievel asks if he can go see more of America, he offers up that sequel-promising line, "Someday, you will!". He's largely absent from Fievel Goes West except for some blink-and-you-miss-it cameos, but he comes back in full main character status in the direct to video sequels. 'Fievel' is the American spelling of his name, the traditional Hebrew spelling would be 'Feivel'. But as strange as this is, she's the only character who's personality was actually enhanced in Fievel's American Tails, while everyone else's personality was mainly watered down or completely changed. Fievel is the main character of the series. (function(){var k='2354831680',d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+'=');if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(';',i);return escape(c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j))}}}var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash; A streetwise orphan that Fievel befriends in the first film while imprisoned in a sweat shop. '&utmxhash='+escape(h.substr(1)):'')+'" type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">')})(); D&D Beyond He's a fearless child, who rarely gives up when he has a problem. He's very eccentric, sadistic, and a bit on the insane side. Madame Mousey (pronounced 'Moo-say') is a small french poodle, who fled her owner to cause some trouble on her own. Description: They're the owners of the cheese factory, which in the mouse community makes them pretty powerful and important figures. It is mentioned she did such a report on a sweat shop, and when Tanya and Fievel meet her she is in the middle of trying to expose corruption at the gates of a cat-proof mouse community. Well, she did build the mechanical 'Manhattan Monster'. Scuttlebutt Nellie Brie. Fievel idolizes him, and he is one of the reasons Fievel is so eager to move out west. Her singing ability is evident from the first movie and only improves with Fievel Goes West (she doesn't get a chance to participate in any singing in the 3rd or 4th films unfortunately). After Fievel convinces the Chief to let them take Cholena up to the surface to see if the Europeans have changed their ways she stays with the Mousekwitz family and they show her the sights of New York. Appeared in: All An American Tail movies, Fievel's American Tails, and every album. She made a deal with the cats in her gang, devising a way for them to capture the mice of New York, who by this point had barracaded themselves in cat-safe communities, by creating a mechanical monster. var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; She uses her money and upper class status to try to come to a solution to the cat problem. So never say never! Miss Kitty befriends Tanya and encourages her, giving her make up and a fancy dress before her performance. Nellie Brie quickly becomes a thorn in Mousey's side when she starts unravelling Mousey's scheme, so they attempt to have her assassinated with the mechanical Night Monster. A crooked rat with a stranglehold on the mice of New York. Fievel didn't know any dogs, so they settled for Tiger. Like most generic villains, they love explaining their schemes to each other for no apparent reason, since one would expect everyone in on it would already know about it. No...ah I'll think of something.". The franchise follows the adventures of Fievel Mousekewitz, a Russian-Jewish mouse immigrant to the United States in 1885. After being alienated from the stray dog community at Central Park, she comes to rule over a cat gang in the sewers. But somehow she manages. I'll tell ya what — Filly! "Dreams to Dream" in particular was enough to melt the heart of the villainous Cat R. Waul, sparing her alone from his evil plan to turn the mice of Green River into mouseburgers. She is self-conscious about her size, which is not much taller than most of the mice, and she completely hates being referred to as a rat, or having her name pronounced the way it is spelled. She has a very short-fused temper, and starts her own gang of cats in the sewer. Together Tony and Bridget work to help find Fievel's family, but to no avail. Fievel, Tony and Tanya bring her back down to her underground village and help fend off the invading New York police. He's a fearless child, who rarely gives up when he has a problem. He mentions being a war correspondent in the Civil War when he started in the journalism business, which would probably put him somewhere in his 40's by the late 1880's when the movie takes place. Description: Mama is not a very prominent character in the series, but from what we see she balances Papa's carefree style of parenting with a more strict, disciplined style of her own. He is the editor of the Daily Nibbler, a fast-talking and charismatic boss who's constantly at odds with Nellie Brie over whether her ideas for reports will sell newspapers. He aspires to be something more, to climb the ladder and make it big someday. Description: Tony is a tough, streetwise mouse in his late teens or early twenties, of Sicilian heritage. Bridget is an Irish mouse-rights activist who Tony meets and falls in love with. Description: Yasha is simply the baby. Her absence is one of the canonical changes in the third movie which lead some people to dislike it. These are the main characters of the four An American Tail movies and the series Fievel's American Tails. var ga = document.createElement('script'); ga.type = 'text/javascript'; ga.async = true; Madame Mousey (pronounced 'Moo-say') is a small french poodle, who fled her owner to cause some trouble on her own.