His first name is T.R, though it isn't often used. 9 images of the An American Tail: Fievel Goes West cast of characters. He is next seen playing cards with some of Cat R. Waul's henchmen. Chula was the secondary antagonist of An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, his name is a play on his species - namely a spider and he had the appearance and mannerism of an Old West outlaw. His trading card suggests it stands for "Terribly Rude". It aired for one season in 1992, and continued Fievel's adventures from the film An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. Chula is the secondary antagonist in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West and the recurring antagonist in Fievel's American Tails. Seeing this, Tiger is enraged and overcoming his fear of spiders and goes into a blind fury, tossing all of the Cactus Cat Gang onto the giant mousetrap Cat R. Waul had set up. Don Bluth Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Chula kidnaps Fievel. Somewhere in the west, a small town called Western Town where the Wild West hero named Wylie Burp was surround by the Cactus Cat Gang* Fievel: (voiceover) And then. Fievel's American Tails is an American / Canadian animated television series, produced by Amblimation, Nelvana, and Universal Cartoon Studios. Steven Spielberg masterfully mixes laughs and adventure in "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West," a delightful animation that zoomed to the top … Fievel, the cute little mouse from An American Tail, is going west for Fievel Goes West. Chula is Cat R. Waul's spider lackey from An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. I've got seven more, dog chow!". Chula chases after his captive, following him upstairs into the human portion of the saloon and after getting covered in beer corners Fievel behind a bottle of perfume. Fievel escapes when his sister's singing breaks the bottle he is trapped in. He is next seen in Cat R. Waul's saloon, when after getting stabbed by Fievel with a fork Cat R. Waul says "I want the subversive who attempted to assassinate me found!". T.R. Cat R. Waul is the main antagonist in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. Directed by: Simon Wells. His appearance gave Tiger what can best be described as a panic attack. [incomplete] *The movie begins as we see a place of the old west called Texas, then we see the title "An Americam Tail: Fievel Goes West". Chula is mistakenly reffered to as a she.. Il s agit de la suite des aventures de la jeune souris Fievel commencées avec Fievel et le He soon captures Fievel and after thinking about it lets Fievel go. As Cat R. Waul prepares to enjoy the train conductor for dinner, he asks Chula to turn on the phonograph so that the music will aid the digestion. With the cats dealt with, he goes to save Miss Kitty. 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Resan till Amerika – Fievel i vilda västern (engelska: An American Tail: Fievel Goes West) är en amerikansk animerad film som hade biopremiär i USA den 22 november 1991. Davidchannel's movie-spoofs of Universal Pictures's 1991 film An American Tale 2: Fievel Goes West. He is a spider and he had the appearance and mannerism of an Old West outlaw. This is one of very few sequels that really deserve the title of the original classics. He simply serves the role as the generic unintelligent henchman found in most Saturday morning cartoons. He cheats because he has eight sets of aces. Chula was also sadistic and cruel, though still rather hopelessly inept at his job, he acted as the right-hand man to Cat R. Waul and enjoyed causing mischief - he was also fond of terrorising mice, which he also apparently found suitable food as he threatened to devour Fievel on several occassions. Fievel escapes by spraying Chula with some perfume, temporarily blinding the fiendish spider. Geronimouse is the Chief of the Mousehican tribe in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West, situated in the "Worselands ", a desert in the west. He is voiced by Jon Lovitz in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West and Dan Castellaneta in Fievel's American Tails. Chula first appeared in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West alongside Cat R. Waul during the cat attack on Fievel Mousekewitz's neighborhood. Fievel (Phillip Glasser) spends his days thinking about the Wild West dog-sheriff Wylie Burp (James Stewart), while his older sister, Tanya (Cathy Cavadini), dreams of becoming a singer. He is next seen playing cards with some of Cat R. Waul's henchmen. [3] Uscì nei cinema statunitensi il 22 dicembre 1991 e in quelli italiani il 20 dicembre 1991. Fievel accidentally reveals himself and, after Cat R. Waul abandons him to find the source of the singing he heard, Chula captures Fievel in a glass bottle and goes to cook Fievel alive. [1] Den är regisserad av Phil Nibbelink och Simon Wells. As the cats complain of how Chula cheated, Cat R. Waul begins to explain his plan and the fact that they will get rid of the mice when the cats' empire at Green River is complete and when they have a better mousetrap so that they might dine on mouseburgers which Chula and the other cats shout with glee. His appearance gave Tiger what can best be described as a panic attack. An American Tail: Fievel Goes West is an animated film produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblimation animation studio and Universal Animation Studios, and released by Universal Pictures. Presumably, he returns to Cat R. Waul. After bewildering a few cows, he chases after Fievel. It may only have been a voice role in this animated feature directed by Simon Wells and Phil Nibbelink , but … His appearance gave Tiger what can best be described as a panic attack. T.R. Meanwhile, Tige… Uranimated18's movie spoof of "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West" Cast Fievel - Wanda Li (The Magic School Bus), Wylie Burp - Homer Simpson (The Simpsons), Tiger - Winnie the Pooh, Tanya - Keesha Franklin (The Magic School Bus), Cat R. Waul - Tai Lung (Kung Fu Panda), Miss Kitty - Fox (Skunk Fu! He cheats because he has eight sets of aces. As the cats complain of how Chula cheated, Cat R. Waul begins to explain his plan and the fact that they will get rid of the mice when the cats' empire at Green River is complete and when they have a better mousetrap so that they might dine on mouseburgers which Chula and the other cats shout with glee. However, Fievel who heard everything that the cats said accidentally loses grip on the falling false cowboy, which Cat R. Waul accidentally eats. It is implied in the show that he only does evil things because Waul tells him to, whereas in the film he enjoys acting evil. T.R. Fievel accidentally reveals himself and, after Cat R. Waul abandons him to find the source of the singing he heard, Chula captures Fievel in a glass bottle and goes to cook Fievel alive. Cat R. Waul's devious scheme seemed a long way to go just to feast upon a large number of mice. He cheats because he has eight sets of aces. On September 12, 1992, the TV series Fievel's American Tails premiered on CBS; it is a follow-up of Fievel Goes West and features actors such as Glasser, Cavadini and DeLuise reprising their roles. This is proven when One Eye says he's played his last hand, to which he says "I don't think so. An.American.Tail.Fievel.Goes.West.srt (DOWNLOAD SUBTITLES)[Fievel] And then the hero, Wylie Burp, squinted across the dusty street. He is later seen with Cat R. Waul when he gives his speech to gain the mice's trust. ), T.R. Chula - Wolf Boss (Kung Fu Panda 2), Cat R. Waul's Henchmen - Weasels (The … Fievel then fires the gun, activating the mousetrap and sending the Cactus Cat Gang flying into a U.S. mailbag. An Amblin Entertainment 's "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West" (1991)," Jimmy Stewart finally, in his last film, gets to act in a straight Western comedy. In the show, he is more tamed and nowhere near as insane as he is in the film. https://donbluth.fandom.com/wiki/T.R_Chula?oldid=32657, Hungry, arrogant, intelligent, devious, insincere, sophisticated, sarcastic, Scrawny, Black fur, a cowboy hat, red eyebrows and a mustache, yellow eyes, cowboy boots, To turn all the mice of Green River into mouseburgers, Chula is fought as the third boss in the video game version of, In an article for the video game version of An American Tail: Fievel Goes West in an issue of Nintendo Power, T.R. Starring: Dom DeLuise, James Stewart, John Cleese, Amy Irving, Phillip Glasser. Later, Chula goes to cook Fievel on a candle. In the show he is played by Dan Castellaneta, who uses his Krusty the Clown voice from "The Simpsons" and also did the voice for Radio from The Brave Little Toaster. However, Cat R. Waul realizes that Fievel knows too much. Fievel must save the Wild West from Cat R. Waul and T. R. Chula. However, Cat R. Waul realizes that Fievel knows too much. Fievel then fires the gun, activating the mousetrap and sending the Cactus Cat Gang flying into a U.S. mailbag. In the show, he is more tamed and nowhere near as insane as he is in the film. It is the 1991 sequel to the 1986 film An American Tail , the second film released in the American Tail series, and the fourth installment in terms of the series' fictional chronology. He is next seen in Cat R. Waul's saloon, when after getting stabbed by Fievel with a fork Cat R. Waul says "I want the subversive who attempted to assassinate me found!". Appearance wise, he goes from being gray to bluish purple. Chula is fought as the third boss in the video game version of, In an article for the video game version of, He is played by Jon Lovitz in the film. He is later seen with Cat R. Waul when he gives his speech to gain the mice's trust. It is a sequel to Tino's Adventures of An American Tail will appear on Pandora.TV in the near future. Animated Pictures from the Cartoon An American Tail: Fievel Goes West from Amblin Entertainment, Universal Pictures, Amblimation. Fievel escapes by spraying Chula with some perfume, temporarily blinding the fiendish spider. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. A few years after immigrating to the United States in 1885, the impoverished Mousekewitz family (Nehemiah Persoff and Erica Yohn) discovers that conditions are not as ideal as they had hoped, as they find themselves still struggling against the attacks of mouse-hungry cats (Jack Angel and Patrick Pinney). Chula is last seen holding Miss Kitty hostage, telling Fievel that he'd better not pull the trigger of the large gun that Cat R. Waul had. YashaMousekewitz - Claudette (Alpha and Omega) PapaMousekewitz - Winston (Alpha and Omega) MamaMousekewitz - Eve (Alpha and Omega) Tiger … Chula is the secondary antagonist of An American Tail: Fievel Goes West and its spinoff Fievel's American Tails, his name is a play on his species - namely a spider and he had the appearance and mannerism of an Old West outlaw. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Chula first appeared in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West alongside Cat R. Waul during the cat attack on Fievel's neighborhood. When Chula asks what a subversive is, Cat R. Waul says "Someone who doesn't have very long to live." This gets Chula very excited, as he says "I love the 'flying aah'!". Waul is a businesscat, above such primitive and gruesome methods of collecting his food as chasing the mice down and eating them; 'an unnecessary expenditure of calories'. Chula is the secondary antagonist in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West and the recurring antagonist in Fievel's American Tails. Chula first appeared in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West alongside Cat R. Waul during the cat attack on Fievel Mousekewitz 's neighborhood. In the show he is played by Dan Castellaneta, who uses his Krusty the Clown voice from. Waul is an evil, greedy, devious, conceited, manipulative but ingenious feline criminal, who pretended to be the champion of a "brave new world" where cats and mice would peacefully coexist in harmony while actually secretly plotting to turn all of the mice of Green River into "mouse burgers" once they had outlived their usefulness to him in building a town in the Old West, and a giant mousetrap that he intended for killing them all. In order to deal with this predicament, he sends Chula with orders to give him the 'flying aah' and make it good. An American Tail II: Fievel Goes West (Brasil: Um Conto Americano: Fievel Vai para o Oeste [1] /Portugal: Um Conto Americano 2: Fievel no Faroeste [2]) é um diretamente em vídeo de filme de animação norte-americano do genêro faroeste, produzido pelo estúdio de Steven Spielberg, Amblimation e distribuído pela Universal Pictures. Chula would later appear again as Cat R. Waul's sidekick in Fievel's American Tails. But when Waul returns, he decides to betray Fievel's trust by luring him into a trap, again only because Waul told him to do it. Fievel conquista il West (An American Tail: Fievel Goes West) è un film d'animazione statunitense del 1991 diretto da Phil Nibbelink e Simon Wells seguito del film Fievel sbarca in America del 1986. Hopelessly surrounded by the Cactus Cat gang, he stood his ground, refusing to back down. Chula chases after his captive, following him upstairs into the human portion of the saloon and after getting covered in beer corners Fievel behind a bottle of perfume. He is next seen playing cards with some of Cat R. Waul's henchmen. It is only there to make a pun. Yelling "Mouse overboard", he grabs Fievel and sends him flying off of the train. As Cat R. Waul prepares to enjoy the train conductor for dinner, he asks Chula to turn on the phonograph so that the music will aid the digestion. Fievel escapes when his sister's singing breaks the bottle he is trapped in. However, Fievel makes his cooking difficult. Role in An American Tail: Fievel Goes West. I've got seven more, dog chow!". An American Tail: Fievel Goes West is a 1991 animated film. Chula kidnaps Fievel. Yelling "Mouse overboard", he grabs Fievel and sends him flying off of the train. After bewildering a few cows, he chases after Fievel. Chula would meet the same fate as the rest of Cat R. Waul's thugs however in the end as was fired off into the distance when their giant mousetrap was used against them, acting like a catapult and sending the outlaws soaring out into the desert - though he returns as one of the reccuring villains in the short lived television series based on the film. He is next seen playing cards with some of Cat R. Waul's henchmen. He is a spider and he had the appearance and mannerism of an Old West outlaw. In 2020, NBCUniversal regained rights to the series and is set to stream on Peacock , [125] over two decades after being abandoned since the release of the DTV films in the late 1990s. In order to deal with this predicament, he sends Chula with orders to give him the 'flying aah' and make it good. The adventures of plucky little Fievel Mousekewitz and his family continue in the Wild West in this sequel as the mouse becomes deputy in a frontier town and helps bring some feline felons to justice.