Facts About Toto

In 1980, the Japanese band Toto reformed for a European tour. This was a benefit for Mike Porcaro, who was battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Despite this, he has no plans to retire and remains active in the band. Since then, the group has gone through several lineup changes. Here are some facts about Toto: – Toto’s original members are no longer active

– The original Toto was a black Bichon Frise. The book never states Toto’s breed, but he is a character owned by Dorothy Gale. In the second book, the Silvertongues bring other characters to life, and Toto is the first of them to speak. In the third book, The Lost Princess of Oz, Toto begins talking continuously, which makes it difficult to keep track of her conversations.

– In the fourth book, The Lego Movie, Toto appears alongside Dorothy. She meets her friends and travels to Harmony Town, a place in the Systar System. Her appearance in the story is based on the one in the film, but it is still unclear as to how he got his name. In the fifth book, Toto is a white dog. Toto wears an orange collar. His hair is longer than Dorothy’s, and he has a pointed tail.

– The telefilm of The Muppets’ Wizard of Oz, Toto plays Pepe the King Prawn in the role of Toto. The character remains speechless in the first book. In subsequent books, however, the other animals begin to talk and become more advanced. In The Lost Princess of Oz, Toto reveals her ability to talk. Moreover, she is the first person in the book to recognize Mimics.

– Toto belongs to Dorothy Gale. In the first book, Toto never speaks. Other animals, like Toto, begin to speak in later books. In the second book, Toto reveals that she can talk. Toto is the only character to recognize Mimics in The Lost Princess of Oz. The Toto series is a children’s television show produced by The Muppets. In addition to the three books, Toto is also featured in the movies, a teleserial TV miniseries, The Tin Man.

Despite the fact that Toto is a fictional character, the Toto character has been portrayed in various media. In the ABC telefilm, Toto was played by Pepe the King Prawn. In VeggieTales, Toto was replaced by Tutu. In the Sci-Fi Channel miniseries, The Wiz, Toto was portrayed as a shape-shifting human. Toto was voiced by Blu Mankuma.

Toto is an important part of Japanese culture. Its history dates back to 1917. It was founded by Kazuchika Okura in Japan. Originally, human dung was used as fertiliser. The god was worshipped for good harvest. It was used for fertilizer. People would offer the toilet god human dung to gain protection and avoid falling into the toilet. After visiting other Western countries, Toto began incorporating bidet features into the first electric Toto toilet.