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  1. An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (also known as An American Tail 3: The Treasure of Manhattan Island) is a 1998 American direct-to-video animated film produced by Universal Cartoon Studios and directed by Larry Latham. It is the third film in the An American Tail series, the first to be released direct-to-video, and the first ...

    • November 16, 1998 (United Kingdom), February 15, 2000 (United States)
    • Michael Tavera, James Horner, (archive music)
  2. An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (titulada en Hispanoamérica, Un cuento americano 3: El tesoro de la isla de Manhattan, y en España, Fievel en Manhattan) es una película animada del año 1998 producida y dirigida por Larry Latham.

  3. An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island: Directed by Larry Latham. With Thomas Dekker, Dom DeLuise, Pat Musick, Nehemiah Persoff. The Fievel mouse discovers the secret world of mice lying deep beneath the city.

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    • Larry Latham
    • G
    • Thomas Dekker, Dom Deluise, Pat Musick
  4. An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (Video 1998) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.

  5. Read the transcript • Trailer transcripts • Credits • Home media • Soundtrack • Production • Trivia • Gallery. An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island is a 1998 American direct-to-video animated film produced by Universal Cartoon Studios, animated in Japan by TMS Entertainment and released by Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

    • Plot
    • Voice Cast
    • Soundtrack

    The story starts off in New York City setting sometime after the first movie, presumably between 1885 and 1886, Fievel and Tony discover that an ancient treasure lies underneath Manhattan when snooping around an abandoned subway (the Beach Pneumatic Transit system) and stumbling upon the remains of a dead mouse clutching a treasure map, deciding they must find it with the help of an archaeologistTony knows: Dr. Dithering, along with fighting five villains as well. The movie focuses on the relationship between the over-exploited workers of a sweatshop (in this case, a cheese production line) and the factory's rich owners: Mr. Grasping (Ron Perlman), Toplofty (Tony Jay) and O'Bloat (Richard Karron). It also focuses on the plight of the Native Americans in the United States. The treasure under Manhattan turns out to be a group of Lenapemice living a long distance beneath the surface (far below the sewers, riding in an underground pressurized train) that decided to hide when they saw ho...

    "We Live in Manhattan"Written by William AndersonTemplate:DnPerformed by: Various "Friends of the Working Mouse"Written by William AndersonTemplate:DnPerformed by: Ron Perlman, Tony Jay, Richard Karron "Anywhere in Your Dreams"Written by Wayne Tester & Sharon RicePerformed by: Thomas Dekker (actor) and Leeza Miller

  6. When An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island (1998) is first marketed after nearly the two year hiatus, content limitations and censorship were made for the home media cover. On the VHS cover, the logo is placed on a buckskin, but on the DVD cover, the gold plated background replaces the buckskin for the logo.