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Songs performed in Muppet Productions
- "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face" in various appearances
- "I Could Have Danced All Night" was parodied by the Count and The Countess as "I Could Have Counted All Night" on Sesame Street.
- "The Rain in Spain" was parodied by Oscar the Grouch in season 20 with "Grouches in the South of France" and was parodied again in episode 4081 of Sesame Street with "The Pig is Big".
- Sesame Street also spoofed "I've Grown Accustomed to her Face" with "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Fur."
- "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" was parodied in Episode 3119 of Sesame Street with the song ""Wouldn't It Be Yucky."
- Henry Piggins is a spoof of the character, Henry Higgins.
- In the Muppet Babies episode "This Little Piggy Went to Hollywood," Baby Piggy dreams of becoming a Hollywood star. During a song montage, one of the films she's shown to have starred in is "My Fair Piggy."
- "Get Me to the Perch on Time" takes its title from the show stopping number "Get Me to the Church on Time."
- A 2009 Tonner Miss Piggy Doll was titled "My Fair Piggy," inspired by the look of Eliza Doolittle.
- In a Twitter posting on January 10, 2011, Ernie tweeted that Rubber Duckie's favorite classic movie is "My Fair Duckie."
- A penguin bride-to-be sings a spoof of "Get Me to the Church on Time" in the "Elmo the Musical" segment, "Airplane the Musical."
- Julie Andrews originated the role of Eliza Doolittle on Broadway, 1956-ca. 1958
- Mary Sue Berry played a servant and singing ensemble during the original Broadway run
- Theodore Bikel played Zoltan Karpathy in the 1964 film
- Claire Danes played Eliza Doolittle in a 2007 production of Pygmalion on Broadway
- Peter Flack appeared in a Swedish stage production
- Louise Gold appeared in a British stage production (in Derby in 1975)
- Peter Harryson appeared in a Swedish stage production
- Stefan Ljungqvist played Alfred P. Doolittle on stage in Sweden
- Kirsten Price played Eliza Doolittle on stage in Denmark
- Jonathan Pryce played Henry Higgins on stage in the 2001 London revival
- Sidsel Ryen played Eliza Doolittle on stage in Norway
- Paxton Whitehead played Colonel Pickering and then took over as Henry Higgins in the 1993-1994 Broadway revival