• Fireball 500/Thunder Alley - Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello race cars around to boppin' sixties beats.
  • Mini-skirt Mob/Chrome and Hot Leather - Motorcycles, Cheryl Ladd, rocket launchers, fights to the death—all of it mostly about scorned or dead biker chicks. Perfect for right before that ride out into the country!
  • What's New Pussycat - The two Peters (O'Toole and Sellers) as patient and psychoanalyst, respectively, in your typical 60s hot pants and hijinx film—typical, except for the casting of Mr. O'Toole and Mr. Sellers.
  • House of Bamboo - The Japanese version of a house of cards, and also the full color version of The Street with No Name. Lush Japanese scenery, plenty of Graham Greene-eque war drama, and Unsolved Mysteries sleuth Robert Stack.
  • The Man Who Never Was -  Another war thriller, this time involving the Germans, and with a bit of a Casablanca twist: documents discovered on a dead man's body lead the Nazi's to believe the Brits are about the invade Greece. Based on the real WWII event.
  • Finally, for a little animated levity: The Lost Famous Studios Cartoons. Many of the less-than-PC cartooned stereotypes are jarring, but a fascinating study of animation history none the less. 'Toons from 1942 to 1967.