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- Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Irving Berlin Songbook (1958)
- Billy May - The Ultimate (2002)
In a 1982 episode of Three's Company, Jack dances to the song while drunk at a party, and knocks things over as he does so.
The song is performed in 1989's 'Secret Policeman's Third Ball' by comedian/satirist Willie Rushton, accompanied by Richard Vranch on piano, with Rushton dressing according to the lyrics of the song, noting that the lyrics neglect to mention the donning of trousers.
The Song makes an appearance of the 2000 film "Billy Elliot"
- NRK 1: Med lisens til å glede. July 24, 2010
- McKim, D. W.; Brian Henson. "Muppet Central Guides - The Muppet Show: Rudolf Nureyev". Retrieved 2009-07-19.
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