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He had a comic role as one of the stepbrothers in the 1960 Jerry Lewis film "Cinderfella", a parody of Cinderella with Lewis in the title role, and appeared in starring roles in two filmed episodes of "The Outer Limits", a science-fiction anthology television series in the United States
He was one of the 11 casino robbers in the 1960 Rat Pack caper film "Ocean's 11"
In 1965 an Italian film producer made Silva an offer to star as a hero for a change and he moved his family overseas
Between 1966 and 1977 he starred or co-starred in at least 25 movies, the majority of which were mafia tales, spaghetti westerns or police tales of some sort, where he normally played the villain or hitman, or the dark hero, or a combination of the two
Returning to the United States in the mid 1970s, he co-starred with Frank Sinatra in "Contract on Cherry Street", signed on as Buck Rogers' evil adversary Killer Kane
Moto Collection - Vol. 2", 20th Century Fox, 2007-02-13