Sadly, I do not have a link to Alex Cox introducing 1973’s Electra Glide in Blue on Moviedrome because their is no video of him introducing that one as of today. He did introduce the film on there, but I can not find a link of him presenting it. The original airdate of this episode was May 15, 1988. What I can offer you dear readers though is a link to the transcript of Alex Cox’s introduction to it and here is the link to that entry.
As for my personal thoughts on Electra Glide in Blue, all I can do is nod in agreement with Time Magazine writer Wook Kim’s praise of it as a neglected cult-classic that could have only come from (or have been made in) the early ‘70s. (Read here). Alex Cox has even suggested that it is a cop’s corrective to Dennis Hopper’s Easy Rider from 4 years earlier. The director was American music producer James William Guerico, who has worked with 1960’s bands specializing in either rock (Chicago and Blood, Sweat & Tears) or Sunshine pop (The Buckinghams). As of 2019, Electra Glide in Blue serves as the only film directed by the 73-year-old Guerico. Prior to being charged in the 2001 unsolved murder of his second wife Bonnie Lee Bakley (read here and here), it’s star Robert Blake was best known for acting in films like 1967’s In Cold Blood (as real-life murderer Perry Edward Smith) and television shows like Baretta. Anyway, here is a link to the trailer below and check out those other links my dear readers 🙂