Blazing Dragons

TELETOON (ended 1994)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 13

    Quest to Success / Slay the Dragon

    Aired 2/16/98

  • S 2 : Ep 12

    The Golden Thimble of Theodora / Seven Dragon Sins

    Aired 2/2/98

  • S 2 : Ep 11

    The Reign in Spain / Geoffrey's Evil Pancakes

    Aired 1/19/98

  • S 2 : Ep 10

    Griddle's Sleepless Knights/ Whine and Roses

    Aired 1/5/98

  • S 2 : Ep 9

    Single Green Dragon / Sphinx Jinx

    Aired 12/22/97

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jim Cummings

    voice of Chancellor

  • John Stocker

    voice of Sir Burnevere

  • Cedric Smith

    voice of Count Geoffrey [2]

  • Dan Hennessey

    voice of Sir Hotbreath [1]

  • Juan Chioran

    voice of Sir Loungelot [2]

  • show Description
  • In Ancient Camelhot, King Allfire and the Knights of the Square Table battle evil nights and protect their castle. It's mainly based around Flicker, a bright young dragon who one day hopes to become a knight. He serves as a squire to Sir Loungelot, whose name speaks for itself. Flicker is in love with the beautiful young princess Flame (who loves him in return.) And it's just a bunch of fun filled adventures of the dragons from "Camelhot"!moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (145)

    • King Allfire: (Just before setting off on their quest) Knights of the Square Table...and Blaze...

    • Count Geoffrey: (pointing to Quail running around a tied up Queen Griddle) Cave Rodent? Meril The Wizard: Skip the sweet talk until after we finish the job Geffy.

    • Queen Griddle: You're holding me for ransom! Ohhh! Even better! How much are you asking for me? Count Geoffrey: (evil laugh) Nothing more than, Castle Camelhot! Queen Griddle: (Breaks free and starts shaking Geoffrey) Errr! I'm worth more than a big lump of real estate you pencil neck!

    • Count Geoffrey: (Reading letter) Blah blah blah, you missed a semicolon, blah blah blah, improper tense in the second verse, blah blah blah, cute twist in the wrap up though.

    • Sir Loungealot: (yawns) whatever you can get on sale. Better make that two bottles, or better yet, just get the tub. Flicker: I'll try sire, but I don't think I can carry her. Sir Loungealot: Not the queen! The perfume!

    • Sir Burnavere: Sir Burnavere the overly educated, obsequiously accessible to facilitate the monarch. Wandering Minstrel: We don't understand him either.

    • Flame: You'll never get away with this, Count Geoffrey! Count Geoffrey: That's what ill-fated damsels in distress always say, but you what, my dear? I already have! Flame: And that's what sneaky, spineless villains with funny chin whiskers always say! Count Geoffrey: "Funny chin whiskers"? You must have me confused with Merlin.

    • Sir Loungealot: (On crutches) Happy Birthday your Highness. Queen Griddle: How thoughtful! (Very happily humming as she opens her gift) (said in a very disappointed/angry/monotonic voice as she opens her gift to find a mini Stone Henge) ...Rocks...

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    Notes (47)

    • Episode Title Pun: Quest for the Holy Grail

    • Series premiere!

    • When Count Geoffrey gets caught in Flicker's Automatic Hairstyling Machine, some of Geoffrey's hair styles are from famous movies or people including: - Princess Leia from "Star Wars" - Elvis Presley's swirl hair dew - and Captain Hook's hair dew from "Hook"

    • Salsburny Plain is where they are sent to check the calandar which is depicted as Stonehenge, when in real life it is Salsbury Plain where Stonehenge is located

    • Error, Misplaced character: After Flicker enters the tournement as the mysterious "white" knight and confronts Flame and figures out she is the black knight, they introduce the "Brown Knight" and Flicker is pushed down to the ground by Flame who charges to fight the "Brown Knight"... The frame right after this shows the two knights charging down the jousting field...but if you look closely, you see that it is Flicker charging toward the "Brown Knight" when it is supposed to be Flame, as Flicker is still tangled in his suit of armour back on the ground.

    • Hand Mistake Number 2: You need a quick eye for this one. This one is a little less obvious...but when Queen Griddle yells, "I got it, I got it! Should have keep his left up. My mistake it's his right." and She catches the Glove... On the way down the glove is drawn of that for the left hand, and just as she catches it and says "my mistake, it's his right"...it's magically drawn for a right hand.

    • Hand mistake: If you look carefully, when Flicker is sitting down eating chili at Chef Turnspit's chili stand, you can see chef Turnspit's right hand has 5 fingers, and if you look at his other hand, it only has 4. *All characters in the show are drawn with 4 fingers on each hand.* oops.

    • First appearance of the singing convicts.

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    Trivia (99)

    • The sign that the knights pass on the road during their quest doesn't read anything but scribbles, although there are two bear paws on it.

    • Geoffrey's chain-dunk dungeon device is backwards as you hear a splash from the cage after Geoffrey lets go of the chains even though when shown being done, the cage drops when he pulls it rather than lets go.

    • The Holy Quail is an ordinary quail wearing a Pope hat.

    • Color error: Sir Loungelot, Flicker, and Princess Flame enter Count Geoffrey's castle after the villians had vanished into smoke. The colors on Loungelot's collar are reversed from normal.

    • When Princess Flame is first in Evil knight number 3's armour, we clearly see her tail, but after Flicker presses the button on his hair styling machine to distract Geoffrey, Princess Flame's tail magically disappears for the remainder of the scene.

    • As Count Geoffrey and his knights catapolt to esacpe at the end of the episode and land on Sir Loungealot on the draw bridge, Evil Knight #2 seems to be missing even after he ran over to the catapolt and jumped in right before it was released.

    • When Princess Flame, dressed in Evil Knight #3's armour, is holding Flicker by the neck after she straightens his body out to his original form after being a cube, you hear Flicker's voice say, "Speaking of which" as he starts running towards Count Geoffrey, yet his mouth never moves to speak.

    • When Flicker first trys out his Automatic Hairstyling Machine on the dummy of Queen Griddle, after he presses the button, you can notice that his forearm becomes huge as if though he is supposed to be wearing a knights glove, but it is drawn as his arm.

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    Allusions (28)

    • The voice of the chained surf that keeps interjecting in the conversations is modeled after the original host, Robin Leach, of the Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.

    • Geoffery:Count Geoffery passes 'Go' and collects 1 Castle. (Chortles) This is from the Board game Monopoly.

    • after Griddle shoots the crown off Allfire's head "William Tell has nothing on you your grace" This is directly out of the story of William tell and his famous shooting an apple off someone's head.

    • King Allfire: A leach! My kingdom for a leach! This quote is mocking the famous quote in Shakespeare's play, "The Tragedy of King Richard the Third" which said, "A horse, my kingdom for a horse!'

    • Flicker: "Robin Hood Can't Be Bad!"
      Basically is the old child's tale of how Robin Hood stole form the rich to give to the poor. He was a hero to all. And in this episode he was a hero to Flicker.

    • "Give that bunny a trunk and he could take Hannibal over the alps." This is refering to Hannibal Barca's historic march during the Second Punic War where Hannibal rode a pack of battle elephants over the Alps to threaten the city of Rome in Italy in 218 B.C.

    • "As the caldron turns" This is mocking the day-time Emmy award winning soap opera, "As the World Turns"

    • The giant dragon's foot crashing down to end the episode is a tribute to Terry Jones's old comedy troup, Monty Python.

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  • Fan Reviews (3)
  • FINALLY!!! I've seen the series.

    By Mammal_Mage, Dec 07, 2007

  • Good, Clean, Wholesome fun!

    By peeweewi, Dec 29, 2006

  • A fun show and yet...extinct.

    By Sounderboss, Nov 24, 2005

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