Electra Glide in Blue

Electra Glide in Blue

Director: James William Guercio Cast: Robert Blake, Billy Green Bush, Mitchell Ryan

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/04/2013
UPC: 0826663140606
Original Release: 1973
Rating: PG
Source: Shout Factory
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:53:00
Sales rank: 22,568

Special Features

Audio commentary by director James William Guerico; Introduction by director James William Guerico; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Blake Wintergreen
Billy Green Bush Zipper
Mitchell Ryan Poole
Jeannine Riley Jolene
Elisha Cook Willie
Joe Samsil Sgt. Ryker
Royal Dano Coroner
Mickey Alzola Actor
Alan R. Gibbs Actor
Chester Grimes Actor
Jeff Ramsey Actor
J.N. Roberts Belly Flop
Ron Rondell Actor
John Scovern Actor
Richard Karie Actor
David "Hawk" Wolinski Bus Driver
Jason Clark LA Detective
Michael Butler Truck Driver
Susan Forristal Ice Cream Girl
Peter Cetera Zemco
Terry Kath Killer

Technical Credits
James William Guercio Director,Score Composer,Songwriter,Producer
Mickey Alzola Stunts
Jim Benson Editor
Robert Boris Screenwriter
Jerry Brutsche Stunts
Michael Butler Screenwriter
Alan DeCarlo Songwriter
Buddy Ekins Stunts
Harvey Fuqua Songwriter
Alan R. Gibbs Stunts
Jerry Greenberg Editor
Frank Griffin Makeup
Conrad L. Hall Cinematographer
Rupert Hitzig Producer
Jim Walker Set Decoration/Design
John F. Link Editor
Joe Lombardi Special Effects
Rita Riggs Costumes/Costume Designer
J.N. Roberts Stunts
Ron Rondell Stunts
Tom Shaw Asst. Director
Mark Spoelstra Songwriter
Rock Walker Stunts
Tom Wilkes Art Director

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Electra Glide in Blue 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i have always liked this film because in my opinion it cuts rigt to the core of what life is about with a powerful message. I don't think this film has anything to do with cops or murders, but rather lonliness and above all dreams. How far would you go to get your dream? Would you break the law? What happens if you give up everything for your dream and then fail to get it? What happens if you do get your dream and then find its worthless? These are deep questions that we rarely see in films anymore.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is by no means a classic film, but Robert Blake's performance "as usual" is quite good as the troubled cop. The final scene alone is a brilliant piece of cinematography.