Huge nostalgia value to Python's tv series also. Including street scenes where the shop fronts advertise in pre decimal currency and BMC cars dominate the roads.
There is a good box set of the entire series, probably can be picked up for little, has some interesting extras including Terry G talking through his animations for the intro to each series. Michael Palin made a documentary called Pythonland for the 30th anniversary in 1999. Revisting the locations, mainly around West London, they did'nt venture too far from BBC tv centre.
Series 4 is really one for the fans. In hindsight they should have packed up flying circus in 1972 after series 3. Holy Grail and Life of Brian are absolute masterpieces of comedy. Saw them at the O2 in 2014. Like getting to see most of the Beatles play one last time, just had to see that. And now Terry J slipping away. Michael Palin gives the odd update.
I vaguely remember the late night Saturday repeats of Monty Python on BBC1 in the '80s. My brother occasionally talked about it.
"What was I thinking of, hitting him? Nothing. No, I know. I hate him! I hate his guts, I hate everything he stands for with his PACE and his plus and his statements of purpose and his smiling at the punters and his have a nice day! I mean when was the last time he ever nicked anybody, eh? A real villain! When was the last time he ever put himself on the line?"