An American Tale: In Search of Gabriel's Horn (also known as An American Tale 3: In Search of Gabriel's Horn or simply An American Tale 3) is a 1996 American direct-to-video animated family musical comedy-drama film produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, directed by Larry Latham and animated overseas by the Japanese studio TMS-Kyokuichi Corporation (now TMS Entertainment). It is the second sequel to Disney's 1986 animated film An American Tale. The film takes place between the events of the first film and its first sequel An American Tale: Anne-Marie Goes West. The film was released on February 15, 1996.
In the film, TBD
Cathy Cavadini reprised her role as Anne-Marie Moskowitz from the second film, while Adam Wylie took over the role of Fievel Moskowitz from his original voice actor, Phillip Glasser, who was already a grownup by then, and Lacey Chabert was cast as the new voice of Tanya. Six actors from the original film (Dom DeLuise, Erica Yohn, Nehemiah Persoff, and finally, Ernest Borgnine, Pat Musick and John Finnegan) reprised their roles.
Charlie B. Barkin, Carface Carruthers, Tony Orsoni, Bridget, and Warren T. Rat return in this movie as part of the main cast (after Charlie, Carface and Warren's absences and Tony and Bridget's limited appearances on the second film). Charlie B. Barkin is voiced in this film by Charlie Sheen (singing voice by Jesse Corti) due to his original voice actor, Burt Reynolds participating in the 1996 films Citizen Ruth, Striptease and Mad Dog Time; while Bridget is voiced by Tara Strong due to her original voice actress, Cathianne Blore was in bad health while battling cancer during the production of this film. New characters are voiced by Sheena Easton and George Hearn.
Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, the film was warmly received by audiences and was a success, with the videos selling well.