The Sid Williams Theatre Society’s family film series kicks off with An American Tail: Fievel Goes West.

Family film series at the Sid kicks off

The Sid Williams Theatre Society’s family film series kicks off the 2017 – 2018 season with An American Tail: Fievel Goes West Nov. 12 at 2 p.m.

The Mousekewitz family discovers the streets of America are not all paved with cheese, and living in a mouse tenement does not offer the life they hoped for.

Young Tanya dreams of becoming a famous singer and Fievel wants to become a tough law-dog like his hero Wylie Burp. Lured out west by the crafty entrepreneur Cat R. Waul, Fievel discovers the evil gentleman’s true plans to turn the settlers into mouse burgers.

Enlisting the aid of his cat friend Tiger, the two team up with the legendary Wylie Burp to stop the feline gang’s dastardly plot.

Thrills and laughs come together in this heartwarming family film featuring the voices of James Stewart, John Cleese, Dom Deluise, Amy Irving, and an engaging original score including the unforgettable Dreams to Dream sung by Linda Ronstadt.

Don’t miss this fun and affordable afternoon for the whole family! Admission is pay what you can by donation. Doors open at 1 p.m. and the film begins at 2 p.m.

The family film series is proudly sponsored by Courtney & Anglin Real Estate Group and continues this season with Muppets From Space (December 10) and Jetsons: The Movie (January 14).

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