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form y Mirror, Mirror II series - publisher   film/TV   children's   fantasy   young adult  
Issue Details: First known date: 1997-1998 1997-1998
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Mirror, Mirror II was a sequel to Mirror, Mirror, but only in so far as both programs involved travel between two time periods through the agency of a magic mirror, allowing people who live in the same house at different times to interact with one another. The two programs were closely linked aesthetically, including identical title sequences. However, the programs had very little overlap in script-writers.

In this series, Daniel and Fergus McFarlane (from the late 1990s) and Constance de Lutrelle (fom the 1860s) travel between each others' time periods, experiencing culture shock from such events as sealing (in the 1860s) and school discos (in the 1990s). As with the original series, there is also a significant object over which the protagonists struggle: in this case, a mysterious crown.

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