Attraverso lo specchio

Pincopanco e Pancopinco, conosciuti anche Dindino e Dindello (Tweedledum e Tweedledee in inglese) sono i personaggi di una filastrocca inglese per bambini, poi ripresi anche da Lewis Carroll nel seguito del suo celebre romanzo, Attraverso lo specchio e quel che Alice vi trovò.
Nel romanzo di Carroll i due simpatici fratelli vengono descritti come due personaggi grassocci e di bassa statura.

Bob Dylan dedica loro una canzone nel suo album Love and Theft.

Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum
Tweedle-Dee Dum and Tweedle-Dee Dee
They’re throwing knives into the tree
Two big bags of dead man’s bones
Got their noses to the grindstones
Living in the Land of Nod
Trustin’ their fate to the hands of God
They pass by so silently
Tweedle-Dee Dum and Tweedle-Dee Dee
Well, they’re going to the country, they’re gonna retire
They’re taking a streetcar named desire
Looking in the window at the pecan pie
Lot of things they’d like they would never buy
Neither one gonna turn and run
They’re making a voyage to the sun
“His Master’s voice is calling me”
Says Tweedle-Dee Dum to Tweedle-Dee Dee
Tweedle-Dee Dee and Tweedle-Dee Dum
All that and more and then some
They walk among the stately trees
They know the secrets of the breeze
Tweedle-Dee Dum