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.