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1''[[ Golden Blond and Jet Black]]'' is a manip {{fanvid}} that pairs together Rapunzel from ''WesternAnimation/{{Tangled}}'' with Mavis from ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania''.²²Rapunzel and Mavis are two different girls who have grown up with overprotective fathers who won't let them leave their home. On their eighteen birthdays, both sneak out so that they can go outside. While out, the two end up meeting. Mavis agrees to take Rapunzel to see the Floating Lights. This leads to them falling in love. ²²When their fathers notice that they're missing and go out to find them, it's revealed that their dads are mortal enemies. They try to tear their daughters apart, but Mavis and Rapunzel won't allow it. In the end, Pitch and Sandman reconcile and their daughters hook up.²²----²!!This video provides examples of:²²* AdaptationalHeroism: Pitch isn't evil. He's just an overprotective father with "dark powers".²* AdaptationalSpeciesChange: ²** Mavis isn't a vampire. She's of the same species as Pitch.²** As her father is the Sandman, it's unlikely Rapunzel is human.²* {{Crossover}}: Between ''WesternAnimation/HotelTransylvania'', ''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Tangled}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/WreckItRalph''. There's also some ''WesternAnimation/{{Bolt}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas'' in the epilogue.²* CrossoverCouple: Mavis and Rapunzel fall in love and start a family together.²* CuteMute: Like in the film, Sandy can't speak.²* HasTwoMommies: Rapunzel and Mavis end up adopting Vanellope.²* MissingMom: Implied with both Rapunzel and Mavis. The two don't have mothers in their lives.²* OffingTheOffspring: Pitch had intended to shoot Rapunzel, but he accidentally shot his daughter instead. Luckily it's a DisneyDeath and she's revived a few moments afterwards.²* RelatedInTheAdaptation: ²** Mavis is Pitch's daughter.²** Rapunzel is Sandy's daughter.²** Rapunzel and Mavis end up adopting Vanellope.²* RetroUniverse: The mix of films ends up creating this aesthetic.²* SlashFic: It's a Mavis/Rapunzel fan-vid.


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