When Jo Tiegan is given a mirror as a gift by the elderly owner of an antique shop, she is amazed to see another girl's image in the mirror instead of her own reflection.
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Series cast summary:
Petra Yared ...  Jo Tiegan 20 episodes, 1995
Michala Banas ...  Louisa Iredale 20 episodes, 1995
Nicholas Hooper Nicholas Hooper ...  Nicholas Romanov 20 episodes, 1995
Judy McIntosh Judy McIntosh ...  Catherine Guthrie 20 episodes, 1995
Peter Bensley ...  Andrew Tiegan 20 episodes, 1995
Gerald Bryan Gerald Bryan ...  Joshua Iredale 20 episodes, 1995
Michele Amas Michele Amas ...  Primrose Iredale 20 episodes, 1995
James Ashcroft ...  Tama Williams 20 episodes, 1995
Jeffrey Walker ...  Royce Tiegan 20 episodes, 1995
Jason Gascoigne Jason Gascoigne ...  Titus Iredale 20 episodes, 1995
Nicholas Hammond ...  Sir Ivor Creevey-Thorne 20 episodes, 1995
Bernard Kearns Bernard Kearns ...  The Old Man 20 episodes, 1995
Liza Jones Liza Jones ...  Jade Coigley 20 episodes, 1995
Stephen Butterworth Stephen Butterworth ...  Bellamy Frid 20 episodes, 1995
Miriama Smith ...  Ani 18 episodes, 1995
Eddie Campbell Eddie Campbell ...  Campbell 16 episodes, 1995
Donna Akersten Donna Akersten ...  Leonie Coigley 16 episodes, 1995
Nicholas Leggett Nicholas Leggett ...  Jesse Handon 16 episodes, 1995
Grant Tilly Grant Tilly ...  Sir Gerald Salisbury 16 episodes, 1995
Carly Neemia Carly Neemia ...  Mia Rowlands 16 episodes, 1995
Judie Douglass Judie Douglass ...  Mrs. Whitelaw 16 episodes, 1995
David McKenzie David McKenzie ...  Dennis Coigley 10 episodes, 1995
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When Jo Tiegan is given an oval-shaped mirror, as a gift, by the elderly owner of an antique shop, she is amazed to see another girl's image in the mirror instead of her own reflection. It is also quite obvious that the other girl can see her just as clearly. Jo (from the 1990's) and 'the girl in the mirror', Louisa Iredale (from 1919), later accidently find that they can also travel to each other's times through the mirror - following upon which discovery a relentless sequence of events is set in motion. Written by David McAnally <D.McAnally@uq.net.au>

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Jon Pertwee was the original choice for the Old Man, but it was deemed too expensive to fly him to Australia to film his scenes. See more »

Connections

References Get Smart (1965) See more »

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FAR FAR AWAY
Lyrics written by Dennis Watkins
Sung by Nadine Weinberger
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The coolest TV-show I've ever seen
23 April 2000 | by liekeSee all my reviews

This TV-show is one of the very best existing. With a story-line you couldn't think of. Very cool and really a brilliant idea.

This show is about a mirror, you might have thought about that. With that mirror you can travel through time if, and this is really important, it's on the exact same place as the one in 1919. So you can travel from 1994 to 1919 and visa versa.

There is also a follow-up, which is nice, but not as brilliant as this one.


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Country:

Australia | New Zealand

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English | Maori

Release Date:

30 September 1995 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Mirror, Mirror II See more »

Filming Locations:

Wellington, New Zealand See more »

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Runtime:

(20 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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