Blazing Dragons

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  • 1996
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.6  (79)

Blazing Dragons is a TeleToon animated comedy series that aired from 1996 to 1998. The show takes place in the magical and enchanted world of Camelhot, where dragons reign supreme, and humans are their lowly servants. It is a light-hearted and hilarious parody of the Arthurian legend, with the emphasis on the dragons being the heroes and the knights being the secondary characters.

The ensemble voice cast of Blazing Dragons is led by Cedric Smith as King Allfire, the benevolent ruler of Camelhot, and Aron Tager as Flicker, the show's protagonist, who dreams of becoming a knight and serving his king. Other prominent voice actors include Dan Hennessey as Sir Blaze, Edward Glen as Count Geoffrey, John Stocker as Chef, Jonathan Koensgen as Princess Flame, Juan Chioran as Sir Loungelot, Scott Wentworth as Evil Prince John, and Stephanie Morgenstern as the narrator.

Despite living in a world where dragons have all the power, Flicker refuses to give up on his dream and attempts to become a knight. He is often criticized for being too small, too weak, or too clumsy to be a knight. However, Flicker's determination and strong character attributes - such as honesty, diligence, and loyalty - win over Allfire's trust. As a result, Flicker is eventually appointed as the kingdom's designated dragon-fire douser, tasked with putting out any accidental blazes caused by poorly controlled dragons.

The show consists of a series of short episodes that follow the misadventures of Flicker and his fellow dragons as they navigate life in Camelhot. From fighting other kingdoms to upstart dragons to challenges from within their own ranks, Flicker and his group of unlikely heroes never fail to entertain with their hijinks and shenanigans. The plots are often silly, but the humor is smart and witty enough to appeal to audiences of all ages.

One of the things that set Blazing Dragons apart from other animated shows is its attention to detail when it comes to the characters' personalities and backgrounds. All of the dragons are fully fleshed out characters with their own unique quirks and personalities. From the flamboyant Sir Loungelot to the pompous Count Geoffrey, each dragon is memorable and delightful in their own way.

Another aspect of the show that sets it apart is its clever use of humor, puns, and pop culture references. Almost every episode has a slew of puns and references to popular culture, ranging from literature to music to film. The humor is designed to appeal to both children and adults alike, making the show a perfect watch for families looking for something to enjoy together.

The animation style is reminiscent of classic cartoons, with bright colors and exaggerated movements. The characters are well designed, with each dragon having their distinct look, from their scales to their facial expressions. The animation is fluid and visually appealing, with each episode featuring a mix of both traditional hand-drawn animation and CGI effects.

Overall, Blazing Dragons is a must-watch for fans of animated comedies. It's packed with humor, action, and memorable characters, making it a timeless classic that continues to be beloved by fans old and new alike. With its clever writing, clever use of humor, and attention to detail, Blazing Dragons is a series that will have audiences laughing and cheering for many years to come.

Blazing Dragons is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (34 episodes). The series first aired on September 9, 1996.

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Quest To Success/Slay the Dragon
26. Quest To Success/Slay the Dragon
September 20, 1998
Flicker discovers that the string of recent failed quests stems back to the fact that the Knights missed taking their Quest Exams when they were in Squire School. Loungealot suggests an easy cheat, by attending a Tell-All Quest Seminar. Unfortunately, the trek to the Seminar is fraught with perils which require chivalry, skill and courage; all of which the knights lack. The irony is tenfold, when they arrive at the Seminar to discover they are about to be given the biggest lesson of their lives. / When the circus comes to Camelhot, King Allfire heads to town to visit an old school chum, Stu. As soon as hes gone the Dragons receive word that there is a Slay the Dragon event. The Knights immediately plan a rescue mission to save their King; which includes dressing up as circus entertainers to ensure their own safety. Unfortunately the rescue mission is continually interrupted when the Knights are dragged into the fray as the Star Attractions, ultimately leading our heroes to the end of the show, in the Slay the Dragon Tent, where King Allfire is the main target of a knife throwing act!
The Golden Thimble Of Theodora/Seven Dragon Sins
25. The Golden Thimble Of Theodora/Seven Dragon Sins
September 20, 1998
When Griddle loses her mothers family heirloom, The Golden Thimble of Theodora, she insists the castle be turned upside down to find it. What she doesnt know is that Sir Loungealot accidentally mistook the prized thimble for a useless hunk of gold which now resides in his mouth as a permanent golden capped tooth! With the help of the other knights, he must now find a way to extract the tooth before Griddles mother, The Queen Mum, arrives for a surprise royal visit. / When the Knights venture to Avalon, they succumb to the idle fancies of a Wishing Well and find themselves being granted their fondest wish. Everything is fine until Flicker inadvertently wishes for knighthood and a grand quest! The knights end up in netherworld facing a myriad of crazy quests, and should they fail, they will spiral down an endless vortex of doom and despair for all eternity!
Geoffreys Evil Pancakes/The Reign In Spain
24. Geoffreys Evil Pancakes/The Reign In Spain
September 20, 1998
When Geoffrey accidentally saves Flickers life, Flicker is duty bound by the Code of Chivalry to squire for Count Geoffrey. Things couldnt be worse for Loungealot, who must now attend to all the tasks Flicker once did for him. Discovering a loophole in the Code, the Knights set about to win Flicker back. Meanwhile, Geoffrey is planning his ultimate plan of destruction on Camelhot via his new Evil Pancake Machine, controlled by his new right hand henchman, Flicker! / When Griddle demands Allfire purchase a Spanish Villa, Loungealot buys a property sight unseen. Once there, the Camelhotians discover the beach is overrun by North African cows called Moo-ers, with the main bully Cowsius Clay, picking on Flicker. Allfire complains to the King of Spain, King Don, who decides the only way to settle the dispute is a fight among champions; Loungealot and Cowsius. Allfire agrees. Loungealot is quick to turn the task over to Flicker, who soon becomes El Kid in an all-star fight promoted by King Don. Flame discovers its all a big real estate scam and Flicker is about to be pulverized unless the Knights of the Square Table save him.
Griddles Sleepless Knights/Whine & Roses
23. Griddles Sleepless Knights/Whine & Roses
September 20, 1998
When Griddle has trouble sleeping, Allfire sends Loungealot and Flicker on a quest to Slumberland to find a remedy. No sooner do they arrive in the sleepy little town when Loungealot is slapped with several disturbing the peace citations (by Mildred the Fairy Godmother), after he wakes Rip Van Winkle, causes a disturbance at Morpheus Mattress store and destroys Mr. Sandmans Castle! The quest appears to be a miserable failure until Flicker realizes that, the one thing that got Loungealot into so much trouble may be the one thing that could remedy Queen Griddles insomnia! / When Griddle suggests they need another statutory holiday, Loungealot suggests a day in which to shower the Queen with undivided attention. The Queen loves the idea and opens a Contest of Love to all of Europe. Unfortunately, the only one that applies is Count Geoffrey! Forced to comply with their own rules, Griddle must allow Geoffrey to woo her. Suddenly, there is a strange turn of events. Everyone is falling in love and acting crazy. Flicker soon discovers that Geoffrey is in cahoots with Cupid, whos been fire love arrows at everyone, with his ultimate Love Launcher aimed Griddle, all part of a grand evil plan that Geoffrey has to take over Camelhot.
Single Green Dragon/Sphinx Jinx
22. Single Green Dragon/Sphinx Jinx
September 20, 1998
When Loungealot gambling win is stolen by Count Geoffrey, he goes into a terrible rage. Flame is convinced that Loungealot needs a damsel to take his mind of his troubles, so Flicker places a Personals Ad in the newspaper in hopes of finding a fair English Rose. Unfortunately, the only one that responds to the ad is a very smitten Troll! The Dragons join forces to help Loungealot rid himself of this lovesick creature, and ultimately find the answer thanks to Count Geoffreys greed! / When the Dragons vacation to Egypt, Loungealot disobeys all the warning signs and uses flash photography, which causes the Giant Sphinx to come to alive. The Dragons are soon being chased around by a very wiry cat! With the help of Burneveres Egypt Facts Book, they discover that the only solution is to harness the sun and zap the Sphinx to stone again. But how? Flicker finds the answer on the back of a flyer advertising the Sun God Ra's sun tanning salon.
The Isle of Dwight/Ice Try
21. The Isle of Dwight/Ice Try
September 20, 1998
When Merle the Wizard snoops through the town records and discovers that Sir Herman, (Blazes father and Griddles first husband), was not a nobleman, she gives the Dragons 48 hours to produce Sir Hermans shield, or else Camelhot reverts to the nearest nobleman; the Evil Count Geoffrey! With Griddles instructions, the knights fly to the Isle of Dwight, there to discover a kooky tribe of hippie druids as well as the truth behind Sir Hermans fateful meeting with a giant named Dwight. / When a heatwave hits Camelhot, an irritable Queen Griddle sends Loungealot off to quest for ice. With Flicker and Jester-dogsled in tow, the group head off to the North Pole, where Loungealot makes quick enemies with Jack Frost; who not only becomes an obstacle to their quest, but inadvertently causes the Dragons to break the North Pole, shifting the entire Earth off its axis. With the world in jeopardy of being dunked in the meltdown, Flicker has to think fast to save the day.
MacBreath/Attilas Hot Buns
20. MacBreath/Attilas Hot Buns
September 20, 1998
When word comes to Camelhot that Sir William Furnace Breath has kicked the bucket, Sir Burnevere learns that he is next in line to be the King of Scotland. All of Camelhot heads to Castle Furnace for the Royal Coronation. Once there, they find a mysterious fellow named MacBreath, who secretly plots Burnevere's murder in hopes of taking the kingdom and crown for himself. / Displeased with the services of a local drycleaner, Loungealot sends an angry note declaring war. Unfortunately the note gets mixed up with Camelhots Royal Party Invitations, and Loungealots note is sent to International Barbarian Attila the Hungarian Hot Bun King, who quickly rampages his way across Europe, gathering armies, ready to assault Camelhot with his hot buns and dumplings.
Excalibroke/Infernal Flame
19. Excalibroke/Infernal Flame
September 20, 1998
When Sir Loungealot accidentally breaks Excaliburn, he and Flicker venture to the Lady in the Lake (Loungealot's mother) to repair it. Since Loungealot forgot to renew the warrantee, she cannot help them. Loungealot must follow the Dragon's Breath and conquer three battles before finding the answer; a journey that leads them to Murray's Monastery of Monks and a surprise family reunion. / The Blazing Dragons are invited to compete in the first ever Greek Gargantuan Games in Greece. They soon find themselves competing against Count Geoffrey and his Evil Knights, who use every dirty trick in the book to win in hopes of collecting the gold metals.
Chain Mail Letter/You Dim Sum, You Lose Some
18. Chain Mail Letter/You Dim Sum, You Lose Some
September 20, 1998
When Flicker neglects to mail a chain letter, the curse unleashes itself on Sir Loungealot, who is suddenly overcome with a bad case of the hiccups. With no other resources at hand, Flicker goes to Merle the Wizard, who tells the Squire the cure for Loungealot can be found inside Geoffrey's castle. Now it's the knights who must infiltrate Threadbare Castle without Geoffrey's knowledge. / When King Allfire and the Emperor of China decide to organize an exchange program, Loungealot and Flicker are sent to China, while the Emperor's son, Ho-Lee-Pow arrives in Camelhot. Each kingdom is quickly turned upside down when Loungealot accidentally unleashes a sleeping New Year's Dragon, and Ho-lee-Pow destroys Sir Blaze's garden. It takes Flicker's ingenuity and Blaze's skill to bring everyone back home, unscathed.
King for a Day/Erik the Well-Read
17. King for a Day/Erik the Well-Read
September 20, 1998
Pining for the days of his youth, King Allfire decides to go off on a solitary quest in search for action and adventure. Unaware that he's being set up in a twisted plan by Count Geoffrey, Allfire spends the day at a Medieval Amusement Park with Merle (disguised as a damsel), while Geoffrey (disguised as Allfire) sneaks into Camelhot to steal back a treasure he lost to Allfire years ago. / When the Stone of Breezebrain goes Missing, Erik the Well-Read, an historian and Viking, comes to Camelhot in search of it. Unfortunately, Sir Loungealot just catapulted the stone to Castle Threadbare, and it's now lodged in Evil Knight #2's head, singing clues to Count Geoffrey, leading to the whereabouts of the legendary Breezebrain Treasure.
Shamrocks And Shenanigans/Three Dragons and a Baby
16. Shamrocks And Shenanigans/Three Dragons and a Baby
September 20, 1998
When Queen Griddle desires a pair of authentic RiverPrancing shoes, she sends the Knights on a quest to the Emerald Isle in search of a famous Leprechaun cobbler. This proves to be more trouble than first anticipated, especially since Count Geoffrey is trailing them, in hopes of cashing in on the pot of gold that usually accompanies such a quest. / When an ugly little baby dragon lands on the steps of Camelhot, no one suspects that it's a hired infiltrator sent by Count Geoffrey. The Dragons decide to make it their youngest knight, and cannot understand why the Baby is being so disagreeable. Meanwhile, Geoffrey is in for more than he bargained for when "Baby" demands payment el pronto.
Achy Breaky Mace/Shamrocks And Shenanigans
15. Achy Breaky Mace/Shamrocks And Shenanigans
September 20, 1998
When Queen Griddle's engagement ring, the Ruby Hat of Omar the Ham, goes missing King Allfire calls in Sir Locksmith of Homes to solve the Mystery. When the famous sleuth fingers Sir Loungealot as the thief, Flicker sets out to vindicate his lord, as well as unravel the mystery. / When Sir Loungealot sets out on a quest to find an artifact, he returns to Camelhot with an ancient Mace. He develops a strange attachment to the mace, and is suddenly overcome with a compulsion to "sing" all his dialogue. We soon discover that the Mace is magical, with the identity of a Las Vegas Manager who wishes to control Loungealot's mind, liquidate the assets of Camelhot, and go on a world wide tour as the greatest entertainer in the Universe!
A Killer Makeover/The Age Of Retention
14. A Killer Makeover/The Age Of Retention
September 20, 1998
Count Geoffrey has hit wimp bottom. Realizing this, Merle the Wizard encourages him to have a complete Villain make over with the country's top Image Consultant, The Black Knight. Meanwhile, the Dragons stress that they've become uncool in the eyes of the town serfs and prepare to have their own make over with the aid of Marta, of the House of Stewart. We soon find out that Merle is double-dipping, playing both roles incognito. / After recent revisions to the "Union Labour Laws Manifesto" no one is more pleased than King Allfire to see that his new neighbour, Duke Rudolph, is employing the local serfs as well as his own Knights, to perform vital union tasks. What the Dragons don't realize is that their preoccupation with their new jobs is how Rudy is able to build a destructive War machine right under their snouts.
Griddle's Sleeping Knights / Whine & Roses
10. Griddle's Sleeping Knights / Whine & Roses
April 4, 1997
Summary is not available.
The Lost Ruby Hat of Omar the Ham / Achy Breaky Mace
2. The Lost Ruby Hat of Omar the Ham / Achy Breaky Mace
April 4, 1997
Summary is not available.
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Blazing Dragons is available for streaming on the TeleToon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Blazing Dragons on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 9, 1996
  • IMDB Rating
    7.6  (79)