James William Guercio never knew from one-hit wonders when he was producing Grammy winners by Chicago. But he did have a single cinematic dalliance, now included in the One-Film Wonders series at Anthology Film Archives: “Electra Glide in Blue,” a 1973 police story for the “Easy Rider” set, starred Robert Blake as an Arizona motorcycle cop trying to solve a murder. More than an artifact, the movie is also beautiful, thanks to the immense vistas shot by Conrad L. Hall (“In Cold Blood,” “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”).
Scattered through the summer, the series will feature cult classics like Leonard Kastle’s “The Honeymoon Killers” and Charles Laughton’s “The Night of the Hunter.” This week, along with “Electra Glide” on Sunday and Tuesday, it includes little-seen works like Wynn Chamberlain’s “Brand X,” a 1970 satire of television starring Taylor Mead, and “Nothing Lasts Forever” from Tom Schiller, the “Saturday Night Live” short-film director, which never had a theatrical release. (anthologyfilmarchives.org.)