Toto is a fictional dog who made his first appearance in the film The Wizard of Oz. He was a police dog in Kansas before being adopted by Dorothy and living with her in Oz. His name is derived from the Munja’kin language. The band’s eponymous debut album was released in 1978. In 1980, the group released Toto IV, which was both critically acclaimed and commercially successful. The group became one of the most successful musical groups of its era and is best known for their hit songs, including “Rosanna” and “Hold the Line”. Toto’s popularity continued to grow in the 1990s with the release of ‘Rosanna’ and ‘Africa.’ In 2008, lead guitarist Steve Lukather announced his departure from the group, and the remaining members of the group went their separate ways.
In the original book, Toto does not speak. Other animals gain the ability to speak, but Toto is still speechless. The character first shows up as a human in the second book, The Tik-Tok of Oz, where she speaks and plays an important role in the plot. Similarly, in the sequel, The Lost Princess of Oz, she is replaced by a dog named Tutu. In the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries The Tin Man, Toto appears as a shape-shifting human, and is portrayed by Blu Mankuma.
In The Lego Movie, Toto is featured alongside Dorothy. In the Systar System, Toto lives in Harmony Town. In the Japanese anime series Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger, Toto is a playable character and the voice of the dog is similar to that of a human. In addition to her role in the films, Toto has appeared in several mangas and anime series. Toto has been a major influence in pop culture for decades.
Toto is also the name of a fictional dog in the ABC telefilm The Wizard of Oz. In the original telefilm, Toto is a black Cairn Terrier, and Pepe the King Prawn voices Toto. In the 1996 animated series, Oz Kids, Toto is a female dog. In VeggieTales, Toto is replaced by Tutu. In the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries The Magician, Toto is a shape-shifting Bichon Frise.
In the film, Toto belongs to Dorothy Gale. The first edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz features Toto, the titular dog of the story. She has an unusual name that translates to “toe-toe.” The original name of Toto was derived from the pronunciation of “toe-toe.” Likewise, Toto is a male version of the titular character in The Wiz. In the film, Toto speaks with her hands and mouth.
Toto appears in several movies and television series. In the original ABC telefilm, Toto is a female cat. Toto is replaced by Tutu in the 1996 Oz Kids animated series. Toto appears as a shape-shifting human in the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries Tin Man. Toto is the first to recognize the Mimics. In the anime film, Toto is a frog, and is similar to a lizard.