Star Wars meets Seuss in How the Sith Lord Stole Christmas mashup

Just how evil is Darth Vader, Lord of the Sith, slayer of younglings and destroyer of worlds? Well, if this pretty inspired mashup is to be believed, his heart was three sizes too small. And, probably, char-broiled by lava.

The gang from OneMinuteGalactica have stumbled on the brilliantly obvious observation that Dr. Seuss' emerald villain has more than a little in common with George Lucas' man in black. And it doesn't hurt that Thurl Ravenscroft's abyss-deep singing voice evokes James Earl Jones' basso profundo.

Like Pink Floyd and The Wizard of Oz, these two seem made for each other.

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