The Golden Blaze

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The Golden Blaze
The Golden Blaze.jpg
Directed by Bryon E. Carson
Written by Archie Gips
Starring Blair Underwood
Michael Clarke Duncan
Urban Entertainment
Distributed by Kidtoon Films
Release date
  • March 2, 2005 (2005-03-02)
Running time
94 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Golden Blaze is an animated direct-to-video film released in 2005[1] written by Archie Gips and directed by Bryon E. Carson. The feature, starring the voices of Blair Underwood and Michael Clarke Duncan, had a limited theatrical run making it the second flash animation ever to be theatrically released, after Mexico's Magos y Gigantes in 2003, and the first in the United States. The film is animated and stylized like a comic book. It also took top honors at the prestigious 2005 Giffoni International Film Festival.


The bond between son Jason Fletcher and father Gregory Fletcher, known throughout their town as "The Fletcher Flops", strengthens after an accident with one of Gregory's inventions grants him the superpowers of Jason's comic book hero, The Golden Blaze The golden blazes catchphrase was "let the light of justice show the way"



  1. ^ "". The Golden Blaze (2005) (V). Retrieved January 20, 2007. 

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