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Hey, man, if this is torture, chain me to the wall!
~ Tito

Tito (full name Ignacio Alonzo Julio Federico de Tito) is a chihuahua from Fagin's gang and the major character in Oliver & Company.

He was voiced by Cheech Marin, who also voices Ramone in Cars.

Personality

Tito is a wisecracking, proud Chihuahua who seems to forget how small he is, and his fiery temper goads him into fights with anybody, even to take on dogs much larger than himself, perpetuating the stereotype that many small dogs, especially Chihuahuas, can be much fiercer than big dogs. He also considers himself something of a ladies' dog, flirting with the spoiled poodle Georgette. He speaks with a thick American-Mexican accent, suggesting he's a Mexican (South American) dog. He has anger issues and he is tough and good-hearted.

Role

At first, Tito is seen in a house boat where he and his dog-gang friends live in, proudly displaying a wallet - even if it's nothing but shredded leather - while he’s listening to his music on a radio and dancing then awakening a sleeping Einstein with a broken tennis racket in his mouth. Whenever Francis calls him out on this, he becomes quite aggravated, challenging the larger dog after talking, irritating, pestering, and offending Francis; nearly causing him to lose his patience while he is watching the grainy television and a theatrical production of Hamlet, which he apparently knows by heart. Whenever Tito calls him "Frankie," Francis gives him an uninteresting education about his name, telling him not to call him either "Frank" or "Frankie" ever again; just "Francis." Then, Tito asks him what he brought for the gang as food for the day, "Frahn-cees" and Francis replies: "It's none of your business, you intrusive little pipsqueak."

Then, Einstein shows Francis what he got as a "loot." Francis ridicules him, telling him that all they need is the court and the net now, but Einstein takes him seriously, as he inquired as to whether the houseboat was big enough. Then Einstein is told by Tito about his loot. Then, Francis ridicules Tito, telling him his "loot" is nothing more than just shredded leather. This disappoints Tito, causing him to lose his patience, and upbraids Francis. Then, Rita awakens and tells Tito and Francis to "cut it out." Rita checks out the "loot;" she and her friends brought for their owner, Fagin, saying he's not gonna be too happy about it. Then, Rita asks Francis if he got the food today. But as it turns out, he forgot. Tito and the rest of the dog-gang are disappointed by the fact that he forgot to get the food today since it was his turn.

Luckily, when Dodger enters the houseboat, he introduces Tito and his companions to their dinner: hot dogs. While Dodger is asked by his pals about how he was getting those sausages, he tells them every event that occurred to him today and Tito asks him: "Did you have to fight, man? Did you fight? How many were there?" As soon as Dodger mentions his "monster" (Oliver) in the story, Tito becomes a bit frightened and even more spooked like the gang whenever the "monster" falls in. Later, Tito is seen running while he is hollering: "Gang war. Gang war. Watch out. Here comes a gang war." and hiding in fear in a corner. At first, they don't know what it is; Tito thinks it's an "alien" when a mysterious paw, coming out of the cloth, grabs and scratches him on the nose. But then, while the result is out, it turns out to be Oliver; referred as a cat by Rita after seeing the result and telling everybody to cool it and what it is.

The gang (except Dodger) surround Oliver and ask him questions about how and why he came to their place; mostly Rita. Oliver says he followed Dodger, Tito thinks he's lying while he’s repeating "he's lying" countless times and is kicked by Rita to shut him up then, Francis asks: "Now why would a cat follow a dog?" to which Einstein replies: "Yeah?" and then Tito thinks Oliver's a spy and says they must devour him. Then, Oliver reveals to them the truth about his involvement in Dodger's scheme with the hot dogs theft. Dodger confesses to his friends that Oliver is being completely honest and the gang along with Dodger start to develop respect for him. Then, the gang starts ridiculing Dodger about his "monster" story while Dodger is watching, with his sunglasses, the baseball game but, just as he tells them to "keep it down," he’s interjected by Tito, who refuses to stop talking and ridiculing him while he is taking off Dodger's sunglasses and turning off the T.V. Dodger tells Tito to "cool it, man". But now, Tito insists on "seeing this big bad kitty fight in action" so Dodger tricks him into telling him to look at "something Dodger saw" and as Tito's head is in the other direction, Dodger jumps on him and a dogpile fight is on.

When Fagin, the dogs' owner, enters and tells them to stop the "fight" he is noticing, the dogs notice the dog biscuits Fagin bought them and then they run and jump at him to give him a warm welcome home.

When Roscoe and DeSoto enter their home after hearing a honking noise, Fagin goes up to have a meeting with their master and his sinister boss, Bill Sykes, who he owes money to. DeSoto sniffs around the place while Roscoe begins to flirt with a displeased Rita but, Francis offends him and Tito high-fives him to congratulate and applaud him, but he finds himself encountered by the infuriated Doberman. Tito gets mad and tries to fight Roscoe, not before being held back by Einstein. Then, Einstein offends Roscoe until he is encountered by the infuriated Doberman now. As Dodger tries to calm Roscoe down, he smashes the television and says he finds it funny and laughs in a wicked way as a reply. While Oliver is discovered by DeSoto and DeSoto, in return for trying to eat Oliver, has his nose scratched by Oliver, Roscoe and DeSoto attempt to ambush Oliver, not before Dodger jumps into the scene and guards him. Then, the rest of the gang join in to protect their new cat friend from the two heinous dogs.

When Fagin enters home; after the Dobermans depart while they’re swearing revenge on them; mostly Roscoe; starting with Oliver and Tito replying: "Oh, yeah? You guys don't scare me. Come on and say it to my face. Come on, come on, come on, come on, come on." And then, he got high-fived by Francis after he says: "Yeah, those creeps'll think twice before hassling us, man.", all wet after falling off a pier and full of depression since he's been given three days to pay Mr. Sykes back or else there's no telling what will happen to him, his house, and his dogs, the dogs do everything they can to cheer him up. Fagin is rejoiced and thanks them. When it is time to go to bed, Einstein insists Fagin reads them a bedtime story. At first, Fagin is hesitant because he is too weary, but when he hears and sees Einstein whimpering unhappily, Fagin accepts "but just 1 chapter". Francis helps bring the lamp to Fagin's side while Tito turns it on and in Fagin's direction. While Fagin reads, Tito is seen getting aggravated by Einstein breathing deeply on his hair. Later, Francis is seen getting shuteye on the floor next to Fagin with Tito getting shuteye on the left side of his face and using his left cheek as a cover.

The next day, the gang are riding in Fagin's scooter. But then, they're told to get out on the street to search for food while Fagin searches for a way to earn or even steal money. Dodger intends to help Fagin with his financial problems and the gang concur to help too. While Rita sings "Streets of Gold," a vicious alley dog starts to chase Oliver, not before Dodger, Tito, and the rest of the gang snarl at the alley dog and shoo him away. Oliver even tries to "bark" like a dog to shoo the alley dog and the gang find it hilarious a bit. When Dodger notices a limousine, he comes up with a plan on how to steal its radio and give it to Fagin to exchange it for some money as partial payment to his debt with his wicked boss. As part of the plan, Dodger assigns Oliver as somebody to assist Tito, who will handle the stealing of the radio, during the operation. In the car, while the driver (Winston) is out tending to Francis who he supposedly bumped into when it was actually Einstein who did the bumping, Oliver asks Tito some questions, which begin to frustrate him a bit. Tito, despite being frustrated, asks Oliver to be the lookout while he takes out the wires of the radio. Oliver doesn't know what it means so he asks him another question. Tito answers him by telling him to look outside the window and "see if it's still daylight." While he’s looking outside, Oliver hears, turns his head, and sees something at the back. Feeling a bit frightened, he informs Tito but Tito is too busy with the last wire. Before Oliver can continue, he slips on the ignition, causing the car to start up thus, electrocuting and sending Tito "flying" out of the car and making pinball noises while Oliver gets caught by one of the wires as the car drives away. Dodger chides at Tito for letting Oliver get caught but Tito points out that it was hard to watch anything while he was getting barbecued.

Dodger and Tito go after Oliver, and track him to the house of his wealthy new owner, Jenny Foxworth while the rest of the gang get back to Fagin. Tito tries to go in and bring back Oliver without thought until Dodger stops him.

A few moments later, Dodger and Tito return to Fagin and the gang to inform them about everything, thinking their friend, Oliver, is in "danger" and that he is being "tortured." The gang choose to "rescue" Oliver but, Einstein asks: "But what about Fagin?" While they’re stuck between the decision of whether to assist Fagin or Oliver, it results into Francis speaking Old English, which Tito finds aggravating, resulting into Francis losing his patience while he’s repeating his real name three times after he was offended and called "Frankie" "again," not before Dodger butts in and breaks up their bickering. Then Dodger discusses the "rescue mission" with the gang. Tito considers Oliver like "family" and "blood (family)" and then Dodger forms a plan to "rescue" him.

Dodger leads the "rescue" mission to recover Oliver the next day while Jenny's gone to school. The gang notice Winston, the driver and Jenny's family butler, banging on something with a rolling pan, thinking he is "torturing" Oliver. After Francis gets Winston’s attention, they enter the house where Tito, along with Rita, points out that the place doesn't look too bad and Francis who is admiring Chagall and Matisse's masterpieces (dog paintings), thus admiring the place more than paying careful attention to what they’re doing. Luckily, Dodger helps them snap out of it at once.

After checking out the house, Dodger enters Georgette's (the Foxworth family's spoiled pedigree poodle dog show queen) room. Georgette freaks out and calls for Winston countless times; thinking he is after her. When Dodger assures her that he is not, Georgette feels offended thus giving him an uninteresting education about herself. Then, the rest of the gang enter her room. However, Tito is sidetracked by the spoiled pedigree poodle and begins to flirt with her at once. Although she is clearly repulsed by him while the gang cause a mess in her room, this causes Georgette to call Winston again. When Dodger mentions that they'll leave as soon as they get their cat back, Georgette becomes cooperative. Before cooperating with the "rescue," Winston manages to get back inside and checks to see if Georgette is okay. Einstein, along with Francis are seen hiding under Georgette's bed cover with half of Georgette's body sticking out, Dodger and Rita posing as dog statue replicas and Tito hanging on a coat hanger of the door. Winston finds it a bit bizarre nonetheless, he departs. When Georgette takes the gang to Jenny's room, they notice Oliver sleeping contentedly and calmly on his pillow. Rita has been the first one convinced he's okay and proposes they "forget the whole thing" but Georgette, eager to get rid of him, convinces them that "he’s so traumatized" and when Winston's voice is heard again, she hands him to them in a pillow sack held by Einstein and Francis and allows them to get away through the fire escape. Before Tito gets away, he is seen trying to hit on Georgette "again" and as reply, he gets slapped and falls down the fire escape, thinking she "loves" him.

After Oliver's "rescue", it turns out that he wanted to stay with Jenny. After having a discussion with Dodger, Tito tries to calm Dodger down, but still he expresses disappointment. Tito and the rest of the gang are unsatisfied to see their companion go and Oliver departs, but he is also sad and full of sorrow. Then, Fagin comes in and takes Oliver back in. When Fagin notices Oliver's new golden collar tag, he has an idea for ransoming him.

At night, after Fagin, Oliver, and Dodger's rendez-vouz with Sykes and his Dobermans, Tito and the dogs are seen waiting with Fagin and Oliver, in his pocket, for their rendez-vous with Oliver's unknown wealthy cat owner (Jenny). Tito is seen trying to flirt with Georgette "again" while Fagin and Jenny have a discussion. After Fagin and Jenny have a small conversation with Sykes and his dogs unnoticeably watching the both of them in his car, Jenny turns out to be Oliver's owner with only a piggy bank as payment to get Oliver back and begins to sob. At first, Fagin has a very difficult decision about whether to follow his good heart or not, then, he gives up and pretends to search for Oliver in a box and hands him to Jenny. Unfortunately, Sykes bursts into the scene, kidnaps Jenny, throws Oliver out of the window, and tells Fagin to keep his mouth shut and consider their account closed.

Then, Dodger and the gang come to Oliver's aid. Dodger assures and promises Oliver that they'll "absitively" get Jenny back. The dogs run to Sykes' warehouse without riding in Fagin's scooter this time. After an inspection of the warehouse has been made by Francis and Tito, it turns out everything is locked up so now, Dodger comes up with a plan on how to get inside. As the plan is set with Francis as the first "cannonball," Oliver as the second "cannonball," and Tito as the "maestro," Tito and the gang call for Francis to see if he's ready and he is, thus, jumping on the seesaw and launching Oliver up and through a window and inside. After Oliver opens a hatch from the inside, everybody enters in as well, first Georgette ("Ladies, first") as suggested by Tito, which Georgette finds admirable about him since he has "manners" to which Francis says:"Good grief." The gang do everything they can to avoid their foes (Roscoe and DeSoto, who were alerted by a noise when Oliver entered the place) and security cameras (taken care of by Tito). When Georgette hollers because of breaking her nail; alerting the two wicked dogs again, Francis says:"Oh, balderdash." which disappoints Tito.

From the top of Sykes' office, Oliver and the dogs observe Sykes talking on the phone to Winston for ransom and Jenny's okay but tied up. Dodger comes up with a plan on how to get Sykes’s attention and help Jenny. The Dobermans are alerted by their enemies' smell later on. Tito, Francis, and Einstein get Sykes’s attention by posing as a Pizza delivery guy and luring him away while Oliver and the rest of the dogs enter and try to rescue Jenny. Oliver and Jenny are happily reunited. The rest of the gang run as fast they can to avoid Sykes until they end up in front of Roscoe and DeSoto. While all seems lost, Georgette traps the sinister dogs in a net and the gang return to their buddies.

Chewing the ropes off Jenny fails and their foes return, not before Dodger has another idea to get them out of here with a crane and Tito, first hesitant then cooperative with Georgette's persuasion, as the mechanic. They manage to get away with Jenny before Sykes and his dogs break down the door, which the gang locked up earlier, in pieces. Things go well until Sykes cuts off the controls of the crane with a fire axe; causing Oliver and the rest to fall and land on a long slide. They slide until they reach the end where, unfortunately, their foes have them cornered.

While all seems lost and before Sykes can snap his fingers to order his dogs to ambush Oliver and his companions, they hear a honking noise, and breaking in through the window, it turns out to be Fagin with his scooter. Oliver and everyone else jump in and drive away as fast as they can. They seem to be able to outrun the two heinous dogs while Tito is seen offending the two of them, but not before Sykes manages to catch up with them in his limo. Fagin, having no choice, drives his companions into a subway station but Sykes, driving like a loony, is able to drive in too. Then Fagin drives them through a tunnel with Sykes still in pursuit. Whenever Sykes' car collides with Fagin's scooter, Jenny falls and ends up on Sykes' hood. Tito and the rest of the dogs are seen barking and snarling at their foes, while Oliver helps Jenny, later Dodger, and Dodger helps Oliver; crucifying Roscoe and DeSoto. On the Brooklyn Bridge, while Jenny is calling for Fagin's help, Fagin comes to help her while Tito takes command of his scooter; despite Georgette gripping onto him in fear for so long. Sykes manages to grab Jenny's leg and pull her back in, not before Oliver and Dodger jump on him and fend him off; allowing Jenny to jump to Fagin on his scooter.

In front of them, a train is coming their way. Tito is capable of saving everybody by jumping on one of the cables of the bridge and driving them to the top but Oliver and Dodger are still in the car; fighting Sykes. Sykes throws Oliver and Dodger out of his car until he notices the train heading his way and the train destroys him, thus, sending him and his car into the Hudson River. When the rest of the company drive back down, Jenny runs to search for Oliver, only to find a depressed Dodger approaching; holding a "thought to be dead" Oliver. At first, everyone thinks he is dead but when Jenny hears a soft meow from Oliver, she quickly realizes that Oliver is alive and everyone is rejoiced, except Georgette, who is still in great shock from the chase. Then, Dodger and the rest of the gang are accepted as Jenny's new best buddies.

The next day, at Jenny's home, Oliver and his companions are celebrating Jenny's 8th birthday and giving her birthday gifts, mostly Einstein while Tito is teaching Georgette some of his dance moves. When it is time to go, the gang (except Tito) say their good-byes to Oliver and vice versa. Tito is invited to stay with Georgette, who has become attracted to him. But when she dresses him up into something classy and tries to give him a bath, he rapidly changes his mind and returns to the gang while he is saying his good-bye to Oliver.

At last, Tito is seen singing to the reprise of "Why Should I Worry" with his companions, riding on the roof of an on-duty police car. And then, driving in Fagin's scooter with his pals back home.

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Pete | Oswald the Lucky Rabbit | Mickey Mouse | Minnie Mouse | Horace Horsecollar | Clarabelle Cow | Pluto | Goofy | Donald Duck | Daisy Duck | Ludwig Von Drake | Scrooge McDuck | Huey, Dewey, and Louie | Mortimer Mouse | Chip and Dale | Max Goof | Gladstone Gander | Fethry Duck | Gruffi Gummi | Zummi Gummi | Grammi Gummi | Cubbi Gummi | Sunni Gummi | Tummi Gummi | Gusto Gummi | Cavin | Princess Calla | King Gregor | Sir Tuxford | Sir Gawain | Sir Victor | Princess Marie | Aquarianne | Papa Heffalump | |Mama Heffalump | Junior Heffalump | Kessie | Wooster | Nasty Jack | Bruno | Dexter | Gyro Gearloose | Launchpad McQuack | Webby Vanderquack | Bentina Beakley | April, May and June | Darkwing Duck | Gosalyn Mallard | Monker Muddlefoot | Mona | Morgana Macawber | Pistol Pete | Peg Pete | P.J. | Kit Cloudkicker | Rebecca Cunningham | Chiro | Jinmay | Cassandra | Lance Strongbow | Adira | Varian | Kiera and Catalina | Gabriella | Spot the Killer Whale | Urchin | Sora | Kairi | Riku | Aqua | Terra (Lingering Will) | Ventus | Organization XIII | (Axel | Xion | Roxas | Vexen) | Lea | Ienzo | Zak William Lake | Lauriam | Elrena | Strelitzia | Naminé | Riku Replica | Ansem the Wise | Master Eraqus | Spirit Dream Eaters | Data-Naminé | Data-Riku | Data-Roxas | Data-Sora | McGee | Gretchen | Squirt | Slimey Slimey

See Also
101 Dalmatians Heroes | 20th Century Studios Heroes | A Bug's Life Heroes | A Twisted Tale Heroes | Aladdin Heroes | Amphibia Heroes | Atlantis Heroes | Beauty and the Beast Heroes | Big Hero 6 Heroes | Bolt Heroes | Buena Vista International Heroes | Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Heroes | Cars Heroes | Disney Fairies Heroes | Disney Junior Heroes | Disney Prince | Disney Princesses | DuckTales Heroes | Encanto Heroes | Finding Nemo Heroes | Fish Hooks Heroes | Frozen Heroes | Gargoyles Heroes | Gravity Falls Heroes | Hercules Heroes | Incredibles Heroes | Inside Out Heroes | Kim Possible Heroes | Kingdom Hearts Heroes | Lilo & Stitch Heroes | Luca Heroes | Marvel Cinematic Universe Heroes | Meet the Robinsons Heroes | Mighty Med/Lab Rats Heroes | Milo Murphy's Law Heroes | Monsters, Inc. Heroes | Mulan Heroes | Muppet Heroes | Narnia Heroes | Onward Heroes | Peter Pan Heroes | Phineas and Ferb Heroes | Pirates of the Caribbean Heroes | Pixar Heroes | Raya and the Last Dragon Heroes | Recess Heroes | Sky High Heroes | Soul Heroes | Star Wars Heroes | Star vs. the Forces of Evil Heroes | Tarzan Heroes | The Hunchback of Notre Dame Heroes | The Jungle Book Heroes | The Lion King Heroes | The Little Mermaid Heroes | The Owl House Heroes | The Princess and the Frog Heroes | Toy Story Heroes | Treasure Planet Heroes | Tron Heroes | Turning Red Heroes | Wander Over Yonder Heroes | Winnie the Pooh Heroes | Wreck-It Ralph Heroes | X-Men Movie Heroes | Yin Yang Yo! Heroes | Zootopia Heroes

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