A mash-up is when two (or more) segments of stuff  – in this case two of the great movie franchises of the 20th Century – are combined to form something else altogether.

Another form a mash-up can take is superimposing one thing on another, thusly:


Dandy and Judel

Dandy and Judel


Hermy and Harione

Hermy and Harione




I have no idea who created these but they’re a genius. And isn’t interesting how the women look a whole lot better than the guys?


This isn’t a mash-up, but it’s too cute to be ignored. Grrrrowrrrrr!



13 comments on “Mash-ups

  1. krisalex333 says:

    This proves that dogs are far more intelligent than cats. Pooch would have royally ignored the fake cat 😛


    • Widdershins says:

      I dunno. I reckon a search of the interwebz would show puppies doing their own versions of the silly dance. The Pooch is, of course, in a league all of her own 😀


  2. jannatwrites says:

    The mash ups kind of creeped me out a little (especially Brangelina!) That kitty video was adorable. My younger son watched it with me and we just cracked up. Thanks for sharing 🙂


  3. jmmcdowell says:

    Hmm, those “males” look like some creepy characters out of a sci-fi movie!


  4. I almost want to get a cat statue to see what Molly the Cat would do. Her foster mother said she likes people and dogs more than cats. But, I see her looking intently in the window at night and wonder if she thinks her reflection is another cat.


  5. The cat video is hilarious. I guess it comes down to cats operating more on sight and dogs more on scent, which is why they aren’t as irritated by a fake like that.


  6. Joan Y. Edwards says:

    Dear Widdershins, thanks for sharing this Mashup theory and examples with us.



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