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My young daughter and I watched this every night. It was a 4-5 part mini series shown in one of the major networks. It featured a mirror and characters like the White Rabbit, Snow White etc. Its premise was similar to the 10th Kingdom but this show was on earlier than 2000.

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Was it live action, or animated? – Flimzy Nov 12 '13 at 19:20
For those of us not familiar to the 10th Kingdom - you could explain that - anything to trigger a memory. – iandotkelly Nov 12 '13 at 19:47
Can you share some plotline. – Ankit Sharma Nov 13 '13 at 5:31

Is it possible that it was more than a miniseries?

Faerie Tale Theatre had 27 episodes over 6 years, and retold classic faerie tales with live action celebrites (Such as Vincent Price as the mirror in Snow White).

Faerie Tale Theatre on IMDB

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Did it have white rabbit? – Understood Nov 15 '13 at 10:09

List of Disney television films

The Wonderful World of Disney). Many of Disney's TV movies were miniseries that aired in installments over several weeks,...After the acquisition of ABC in the '90s,

In the live-action musical television series, Alice, was portrayed as a girl who can go to and from Wonderland simply by walking through her mirror.

The White Rabbit’s identical cousin comes to Wonderland to look at vacation property. But Rabbit is unable to meet his cousin’s train, forcing this White Rabbit look-alike to wander Wonderland alone. Confusion and crabbiness abound when Wonderland’s residents don’t realize there’s a new bunny on the block.

Until we find out if this question was animated or not I would suggestion this.

  1. Was it early, mid, or late 90s?
  2. Was it an official disney product or knockoff?
  3. What was the Mirrors purpose?

I am still lost on the premise of the TV movie. With the description above it could also be Who Framed Roger Rabbit. White Rabbit and a cameo of Snow White since Disney would break up movies and air them in mini-series.

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Did it have white rabbit? I am assuming it to be live action (Because of said resemblance to 10th Kingdom). – Ankit Sharma Nov 13 '13 at 5:31
I still stand by my original Snow White The Fairest Of Them All Trailer (2002) The movie they were looking for was the White rabbit and snow white were in the same episode or not??? – Understood Nov 13 '13 at 9:14
That's why i asked him to spread some light on plotline, rather then just naming character. – Ankit Sharma Nov 13 '13 at 9:41

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