He made his debut appearance in the short "Bully For Bugs". He makes short work of the regular matadors, then a burrowing Bugs Bunny surfaces in the bullring. They battle back and forth but Bugs ultimately wins the war.
He later appeared in the opening scene of "Mexican Cat Dance", again quickly dispatching a matador. Toro's appearance in "Mexican Cat Dance" is reused animation from "Bully For Bugs".
Toro the Bull can also be seen in the beginning of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, auditioning with other cartoon cows at the Maroon Cartoon Studios for a part in a cartoon. Toro also appears in the films Space Jam (where in this film Daffy Duck paints Monstar Pound's butt red, causing the bull to charge at it) and Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
Toro has also appeared in several Looney Tunes games, such as Bugs Bunny Rabbit Rampage, where he is tricked by Bugs and runs into steel grinders, Bugs Bunny in Double Trouble, in the level "Bully for Bugs" (which itself is based on the cartoon of the same name), and Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time, in the La Corrida boss level. He also appears in Looney Tunes: Acme Arsenal as the boss of the level "Bully for Porky" along with Hyde Porky, and in Looney Tunes: Back in Action: The Video Game where he is rampaging in the Louvre.