|This scum El Toro is driving Cruella insane!|
IT MUST BE REWRITTEN OR ADDED TO!!
So sayeth the great Lord of Darkness Sauron, or he will send Darth Vader to terminate you.
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El Toro is a minor antagonist in Timon & Pumbaa. He is known to be the bravest bull in all of Spain. He also has a quick temper when he gets agitated.
He was voiced by Jeff Bennett in his first appearance, and S. Scott Bullock in his second appearance.
In "Pain in Spain", while looking at a billboard about El Toro, Timon tells his friend Pumbaa that he is three times as brave as he is. He dresses up like a bullfighter and makes Pumbaa being dressed up like a bull, so that he can show Pumbaa what he would do if he has been fighting against El Toro. While Pumbaa runs after having poked himself on cacti, he is mistaken by Carlos and Consuelo Quint for an actual bull and is then captured by them, so that he can fill the role of El Toro with a substitute. However, El Toro leaves while not having a fight, so he later comes back and begins to fight Timon. When Timon and Pumbaa are at the stadium before El Toro is about to attack the two, they are saved by themselves while they put the bull in a toilet.
In the "Running of the Bullies", El Toro is agitated by Timon while Timon and Pumbaa are once again spending their time on their vacation in Spain. When the running of the bulls begins, El Toro is the one who does not run with the other bulls since he is not done making a deal with Timon. After the two have an argument, El Toro chases Timon throughout Spain, while Pumbaa is unhappy over having his vacation ruined. Pumbaa later has enough with the fight between Timon and El Toro, who both have somehow found a solution to their conflict and become friends. Pumbaa is unable to take it anymore regardless, so he chases the two all the way to the gate where the three have met earlier. Timon and El Toro are later seen sitting together at a beach, with Pumbaa crazily running around.