Blazing Dragons

Season 1 Episode 8

Renaissance Dragon

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Aired Daily 1:30 PM Oct 28, 1996 on TELETOON
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Renaissance Dragon
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When a flamboyant Italian inventor attempts to bring Camelhot out of the Dark Ages and into the Renaissance, no one is prepared for his outrageous changes....least of all King Allfire, who is about to go on a trip to the moon with the Italian's latest invention: gun powder.moreless

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    Scott Wentworth

    Scott Wentworth

    Sir Loungelot ( Season 1)

    Jonathan Koensgen

    Jonathan Koensgen

    Count Geoffrey (Season 1 Only) /Evil Night 1

    Aron Tager

    Aron Tager

    King Allfire

    Cedric Smith

    Cedric Smith

    Count Geoffrey (season 2)

    Suzanne Coy

    Suzanne Coy

    Merle the Wizard

    Stephanie Morgenstern

    Stephanie Morgenstern

    Princess Flame

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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • It's also quite funny that Dragons are inventing a way to fly yet they already have wings.

        They really needed to set flying standards throughout the show as we see effortless flying from the Princess in "Tournement day" to them hating to fly in the "Isle of Dwight" (second season)

      • This is the first episode where we see Flicker truly get angry over the fact that Sir Loungealot steals Flicker's credit where credit is due.

    • QUOTES (6)

    • NOTES (2)

      • Showed a lot of things we have today, only with different names.
        Vacuum cleaner = "Varoom-a-broom" /
        Slingshot = "Shotsling" /
        Jaws of life = "Jaws of lift" /
        Plunger = "Handy handle" /
        Glider = "Concord" /
        Tank = "Think-a tank"

      • Merle the Wizard does not appear in this episode.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • 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!'

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