Nonclassical light is now available in a number oflaboratories, being generated by Frank—Hertz experiment, optical parametric processes, four-wave mixing including optical fibres, by optical system with feedback, etc. Therefore it is senseful to reconsider various nonlinear optical interactions involving initially nonclassical light ,originally solved with coherent (laser) light. Adopting tools of quasidistributions related to antinormal ordering, the photocount distributions, its factorial moments and characteristics of squeezing of vacuum fluctuations can be investigated assuming initially nonclassical (squeezed) light in the framework of the Heisenberg—Langevin of Schrödinger approaches. Photon statistics of stimulated Raman scattering of squeezed light can be derived assuming phonon system in chaotic, coherent or squeezed states and including additive noise. The influence of nonlinear dynamics can be established on initially inclassical light and it can be shown that the initially nonclassical effects are encresed by the nonlinear dynamics provided that the Stokes mode is less amplified than the anti-Stokes mode is damped, whereas in the opposite case the nonclassical features are smoothed out. Also frequency detuning can be optimized to have maximum nonclassical effects, which are missing with increasing phonon number, even if the phonon system is squeezed. Small initial squeezing can by increased by the nonlinear dynamics, whereas strong squeezing can only be diminished.