Toto is an American rock band, formed in 1977. Members include Steve Lukather, David Paich, Joe Williams, John Pierce, Robert “Sput” Searight, Dominique “Xavier” Taplin, and Warren Ham. They have a wide range of sounds that include progressive rock, progressive metal, and classic rock. In addition to their music, Toto is also known for their videos and collaborations with other artists. Toto has released several albums that have received positive reviews from fans and critics alike.
In their first film, The Wizard of Oz, Toto portrayed the title character as a shape-shifting dog. Its name is pronounced with a long “O”. It is a homophone of the word “toe toe”. The first Toto edition was illustrated by W. Denslow. The character has appeared in several adaptations of the original book, including The Wizard of Oz (1939), The Wiz (1978), and Return to Oz (1985).
Toto was portrayed by Pepe the King Prawn in the ABC telefilm The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz. In the 1996 Oz Kids animated series, Toto is a female. In VeggieTales, she is replaced by a dog named Tutu. In the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries Tin Man, Toto is a shape-shifting human. The character was played by Blu Mankuma.
Toto has a variety of features, including a heated seat and a remote control bidet. The toilets are also equipped with an automatic lid and a deodorizer. Toto toilets are the norm in many Japanese homes and businesses. High-end restaurants, such as N/Naka in Los Angeles, and Odo in New York City, also use Toto toilets. Among other things, Toto has a plethora of fan-subjects.
In the ABC telefilm The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz, Toto is a main character. Pepe the King Prawn plays Toto in the film. In the VeggieTales episode “The Wonderful World of Has,” Toto is replaced by Tutu. In the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries Tin Man, Toto is a shape-shifting human. Despite the fact that it is an animated series, Toto is a popular storyline.
In The Lego Movie, Toto is one of the main characters. He appears with Dorothy and her friends. The band’s theme is “Perfectionism” and “Fears of the Other” are often based on the movie. The second part of the Lego Movie has a fictional Toto in an underground dungeon. Toto is a character in the film. It appears in the first two episodes of The Lego Movie.
In the 1978 film version of The Wiz, Toto was a police dog in Kansas who was later adopted by Dorothy. Toto’s name came from the Munja’kin word for dog, “toto.” Toto’s eponymous debut album was followed by the highly acclaimed Toto IV.” The band’s music is now a part of the soundtrack of the television show. Toto is best known for the songs “Rosanna” and “Africa,” which were chart-topping singles during that time.