Top Hat is a 1935 musical comedy with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The most successful picture for Astaire and Rogers, the film follows an American dancer (played by Astaire) who travels to London to star in a show. While there he attempts to woo the beautiful Dale (Rogers), who rejects his advances through a series of screwball adventures of mistaken identity.
- Kermit and Miss Piggy spoofed the film in The Miss Piggy Calendar 1982. The artwork for the calendar is also featured as a movie poster spoof, "Follow the Feet", in the lobby for Muppet*Vision 3D. They appeared in a similar spoof in the 1997 coloring book Great Muppets in American History.
- The same artwork was once again used for a greeting card.
- Danny Kaye and Miss Piggy sang a combative version of "Cheek to Cheek", in The Muppet Show episode 316. Beauregard also sang the song to his mop Belleregard in the 1984 stage show, The Muppet Show On Tour.
- The Sesame Street song, "You Say Hola," puts Maria and Luis in Fred and Ginger's role from the movie.