Yes, there are Pythons here but the whole affair is a flop. The production values are high enough (it's Disney, after all) but the cloying cuteness is a poor fit with the Monty Python troupe. The sound is also a problem: bangs, clangs and clatters were FAR too amplified above everything else (and no, it's not my TV).
The "quirky" touches of the filmmaker are shoe-horned into a very serious story in a clumsy, inept way. It's a shame that such a fascinating subject was given such shabby, inappropriate treatment. This "documentary" almost says more about the incompetence and vanity of the director than it does about its supposed subjects.
A promising build up collapses into a flaccid, overwrought ending. I wonder if someone in the front office pasted those pretentious paragraphs into Bel Geddes' mouth, to give the picture a more "uplifting" finish.