Nowadays, those Spatz webpages can be found at gladyouremember.webs.com. I know this because I put them there. I updated recently with some excellent Spatz and Mike & Angelo magazine cuttings sent to me by none other than our host Jamie.
I'd be interested know if any other active members are fans of Mike & Angelo and Spatz too. I was certainly a T-Bag fan (favourite series: Pearls Of Wisdom), and have been delighted with the DVD news. As you probably know, many actors crossed over between the shows.
Welcome to the forum, I've amended the link in your post as it wasn't working (the full stop was getting in the way).
You've got a great website and good to see all those Spatz and Mike & Angelo cuttings online. It's a shame Spatz and Mike & Angelo don't get more online recognition as both were excellent series.
If you check out the series section of my High-T Website I've listed trivia about the guest actors that reappeared in other Pressman and Cathro programmes - more than I knew, I had some help from Lee Pressman and your website GYR.
Hello again. There is now plenty more Spatz on YouTube, including two full episodes (one of them being from the Old Skool Weekend earlier this month).
Mindful of the lack of recognition that Mike & Angelo has had online, I recently expanded my Mike & Angelo page to include an episode guide. The TV listings cuttings you sent me were very useful, as they helped me confirm that episodes of Series 2 (1989) were repeated prior to Series 3 (1990). I'm hoping to fill in the gaps in the episode guide in the coming weeks, which in turn will give you extra information to add to your store of T-Bag series trivia. Like you, I'm interested by all the 'crossover actors' who appeared in more than one of Lee Pressman and Grant Cathro's series, and might just take Lee up on his suggestion (made in one of his interviews) to list them all.