This page contains hyperlinks to snapshots of old versions of websites that are preserved archive.org's Wayback Machine. Occasionally, images on these archived sites will be missing, but they are linked to to give a general idea of the sites as they appeared at or near the time concerned, providing a nostalgic trip down memory lane for Avengers fans.

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2000

The Avengers 2000
United States
of America
Alanna Sandry opens an Avengers website for the new millennium. The site contains a basic Series 4 episode guide, fan fiction, trivia and details of how to join the site's Avengers club!
URL (now closed):
www.angelfire.com/tv2/avengers2000/
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2000

Cybernaut –
Locations of The Avengers

United Kingdom
John Dineley's location based website, Cybernaut, moves to a new web host where it remains until closure.
URL (now closed):
www.geocities.com/cybernaut_uk
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2000

Diana Rigg Picture Gallery ?
Unknown
Jason Baucom's picture gallery moves to a new address.
URL (now closed):
http://frodisman.com/dianarigg.html
No archive available
 

 

2000

Joanna Lumley –
The Ultimate Fan Site

United Kingdom
Eddie Norris launches a fansite devoted to Joanna Lumley, who portrayed Purdey in The New Avengers. The site contains a biography of Joanna and information regarding her career.
URL (remains open – no longer updated):
http://web.onetel.net.uk/~eddienorris/Joanna/
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2000

My Front Tomb –
The Avengers

United Kingdom
He7en's Avengers page is added to her My Front Tomb website in 2000. It is still there today, attractive but unchanging.
URL (remains open):
www.he7en.com/mft/avengers
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2000

My Small Page About
The Avengers

United States
of America
Mikel's Avengers page is indeed small, and contains just two brief biographies, one for John Steed and the other for Emma Peel.
URL (remains open):
www.angelfire.com/me/armyofme/avengers.html
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January 2000

Transdiffusion –
ABC, Your Weekend TV

United Kingdom
Transdiffusion open an page on their website devoted to ABC Television, the company which produced The Avengers. A page for The Avengers itself is added in January 2001.
URL (remains open):
www.transdiffusion.org
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January to March 2000

The Avengers Forever
United States
of America
In the early months of 2000, The Avengers Forever welcomes a number of first time contributors who become regular writers, including Anthony McKay, Francis Hui, Mike Cheney and Carlos Pagés. Anthony will later join David K. Smith at TheAvengers.TV , bring his A Guide to Avengerland on board. Carlos will do likewise with his own website, Los Vengadores.
URL (now closed – moved 2001):
http://davidksmith.com/avengers/welcome.htm
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29th January 2000

Andrew's Autograph Heaven –
The Avengers

United Kingdom
Andrew Bird adds a handful of Avengers pages to his Andrew's Autograph Heaven website. His site is effectively a gallery of the autographs he has collected over the years, including those of Avengers stars.
URL (now closed):
http://freespace.virgin.net/a.bird/avengers/avengers.htm
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30th January 2000

Second Sight –
The Avengers Image Archive

United Kingdom
After a blink-and-you'll-miss-it launch on Christmas Day 1999, followed by the host removing the site from view the next day, Alan and Alys Hayes' Second Sight – The Avengers Image Archive is relaunched on a new web host, xoom.com.  The site is instantly popular, not least because of the presentation of more than 60 rare images from lost Series 1 episodes.
URL (now closed – moved 2001):
http://members.xoom.com/sec2sight
(via www.second-sight.uni.cc)
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Spring 2000

The Avengers Shrine
United States
of America
The sort of website that has you reaching for the sunglasses. You just try reading it without getting a migraine...
URL (now closed):
www.itsmysite.com/cgi-bin/itsmy/go.exe?page=2&domain=1&webdir=murder
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March 2000

The Young Avengers –
A Division of The Avengers Forever

United Kingdom
Joseph Lloyd's pages at The Avengers Forever are fanned out into a separate site, but are still linked to David K. Smith's site.
URL (now closed – moved 2001):
www.davidksmith.com/avengers/yav/yav-welcome.htm
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17th March 2000

The Avengers –
Noon: Doomsday

United Kingdom
Alan Hayes of Second Sight – The Avengers Image Archive submits a guest essay to Mike Noon's Noon: Doomsday which focuses on the South African radio version of The Avengers. This will lead to a major collaboration between the two webmasters and Alan's wife Alys later in the year.
URL (now closed – moved 2001):
www.nipperland.demon.co.uk/avengers/noondoom.htm
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31st March 2000

The (Permenent) Avengers Shrine


United States
of America
The (Permenent) Avengers Shrine Chris Murphy opens his Avengers shrine, badging it 'Permenent' [sic]. Built with the co-operation of The Avengers Forever's David K. Smith, the site features some decent articles compared to other small Avengers sites. The site has gone some way to living up to Murphy's claim to permanence as it is still live over a decade later.
URL (remains open – no longer updated):
www.angelfire.com/tv2/avnew/
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July 2000

Kult TV –
The Avengers
(Official Licensed Site)

United Kingdom
An officially licensed website from Contender/Kult TV to accompany and publicise their home video releases in the United Kingdom.
URL (now closed):
www.contender.ltd.uk/KULT-TV/AVENGERS/default.html
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2nd August 2000

Tara-ra-boom-di-ay –
The Linda Thorson Tribute Pages

United Kingdom
TARA-RA-
BOOM-DI-AY
After a year at its original location, Chris Johnson's site relaunches at this new address and is revamped.
URL (now closed):
http://members.netscapeonline.co.uk/raboomdiay/tara.htm
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22nd August 2000

Patrick Macnee –
<patrickmacnee.com>

United States
of America
Rupert Macnee opens his father's official website. The site consists of news, biographical information, a screenography, images, audio and video. It also features exclusive material from Patrick Macnee himself and the opportunity to purchase signed books, photographs and other items.
URL (remains open):
http://patrickmacnee.com/
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13th October 2000

The Avengers on the Radio
United Kingdom
Alan Hayes, Alys Hayes and Mike Noon open a new website The Avengers on the Radio, which is dedicated specifically to the South African radio adaptations of the early 1970s. Work commenced on the site in April 2000 and it has been put together in consultation with Donald Monat, the radio John Steed, and other members of the cast and crew. Many well-known names contribute to the site (which is now a part of The Avengers Declassified), including David K. Smith, Andrew Pixley and Carlos Pagés.
URL (now closed – moved 2001):
http://members.madasafish.com/~secondsight/index.htm
(via www.radio-avengers.uni.cc)
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15th October 2000

Wacky Genre TV –
The Avengers

United States
of America
The producers of the website Wacky Genre TV add a section about "all things wackygenre and British", and this includes The Avengers. They 'borrow' and crudely adapt David K. Smith's The Avengers Forever logo without permission. Naughty!
URL (now closed):
www.wackygenretv.com/AcrossPond/avengers.htm
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18th October 2000

The Avengers –
Chapeau Melon et Bottes de Cuir
(Official Studio Canal Site)

France
Studio Canal, owners of The Avengers series since 1996, launch their own official website to coincide with their home video releases in France and (through Kult TV/Contender) in the United Kingdom. The site is in two languages, French and English, and is coded in HTML and Flash variants.
URL (now closed):
www.theavengers-laserie.com/
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December 2000

The Avengers
France
This new French site launches and creates a storm – and not for the right reasons – for it plunders large swathes of David K. Smith's site The Avengers Forever. The site is quickly taken down and replaced with a holding page displaying the series logo against a bright pink background.
URL (remains open – re-opened as a forum 2001):
http://theavengers.free.fr/index.html
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20th December 2000

Yahoo! Group –
The New Avengers

International
A members-only discussion group is set up for fans of The New Avengers at Yahoo! Groups.
URL (remains open):
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/The_New_Avengers/
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