According to production # it should have been the 36th episode in the show.
When Rebecca's making phone calls and we see a close-up of her list, we see not her hand - but Kit's!
Kit: When Wildcat and I are through with him, Baloo'll be a real gentleman.
Wildcat: Yeah, or my name isn't Horatio! Wait, my name isn't Horatio... is it?
Kit: Miss Cunningham wants to know if you'll take her to that fancy businessmen's dinner.
Baloo: Dinner? Oh-ho, that's my kind of business!
This episode was released on TaleSpin: Volume 2.
Originally released in syndication.
This is the second reference to Howard Huges. The first being in the episode Bearly Alive.
Mrs. John D. Rockafeather is a pardoy of John D. Rockefeller.
Character Owl Capone is a parody of the gangster Al Capone.
The episode title is a spoof of the movie "My Fair Lady".
Becky: We're eating on the Spruce Moose
First designated HK-1 (Hughes/Kaiser), later changed to H-4 when Henry Kaiser withdrew from the project, The Hughes Flying Boat is commonly called the "Spruce Goose". The aircraft is a cargo-type flying boat designed to transport men and materials over long distances. Originally conceived by Henry Kaiser (famous for the production of liberty ships) the aircraft was designed and constructed by Howard Hughes and his staff. The Hughes Flying Boat is of a single hull, eight-engine design, with a single vertical tail, fixed wing-tip floats, and full cantilever wing and tail surfaces. The entire airframe and surface structures are composed of laminated wood (primarily birch). All primary control surfaces except the flaps are fabric covered. The "Spruce Goose" hull is divided into two areas: a flight deck for the operating crew and a large cargo deck. Access between the two decks is provided bv a circular stairway. Below the cargo deck are fuel bays divided by watertight bulkheads.