Killer calibro 32

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Killer Calibro 32 (Italy 1967 / Director: Alfonso Brescia).

Also known as

Stirb oder töte! (Germany) | Killer Caliber 32 (USA) | Cada bala tem um nome (Portugal) | O Matador de aluguel (Brazil) | Calibro 32 gia epta katharmata (Greece) | Calibre 32 (France) | Killer Calibre 32 (Brazil) | .32口径の殺し屋 32Koukei no koroshiya DVD title (Japan) | 32 Caliber Killer | Убиец с калибър 32 (Bulgaria) | Killer Calibre 32 (Spain) [video title] | Pistolero Calibre 32 (Spain) [TV title]
Killer Calibro 32 movie poster


Super cool Silver kills the seven members of a masked gang, one by one. Saloon girls and poker games enliven this action-packed movie which culminates in the unmasking of the evil gang's boss.


  • Cast: Peter Lee Lawrence (Silver), Hélène Chanel [as Sherill Morgan] (Doll / Dolly), Agnès Spaak (Beth), Alberto Dell'Acqua [as Cole Kitosch] (Spot), Lucy Scay [Lucy Slade in the English version] (Janet Sullivan), Andrea Bosic [as Andrey Bosic] (Averell), Mirko Ellis (Sheriff), Massimo Righi [as Max Dean] (Jud), John Bartha (Parker), Valentino Macchi [as Robert Steevenson] (young man in coach), Nello Pazzafini [as Red Carter] (Fitch), Silvio Bagolini [as Stephen Wilde] (old drunkard), Michael Bolt [as Mike Bolt] (Carruthers), Gregory West (Kent / Ramirez), John Taylor (Bellison), Giuseppe Fortis [as Joseph Holls] (Doctor Ward), Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia [as Ivan G. Scrat] (poker player)
  • Also with: Bill Vanders (Findley), Bruno Ukmar (Austin, stagecoach bandit), Emilio Messina (Sanchez / Freeman), Franco Pesce (Lawrence Sullivan), Franco Ukmar (Reg, saloon bouncer), Claudio Ruffini (Sandy, saloon bouncer), Luigi Bonos (Alonzo, mine worker), Nino Nini (bank clerk), Sergio Ukmar (Freeman henchman), Giancarlo Ukmar (stagecoach driver), Giovanni Di Benedetto (poker player), Umberto Salomone (old gambler), Enzo Mondino (poker player), Alfonso Giganti (poker player), Vincenzo De Palo (saloon patron), Ugo Ballester (Carson City townsman), Guido Tonti
  • Director: Alfonso Brescia [as Al Bradley]
  • Story: Enzo Gicca Palli
  • Screenplay: Enzo Gicca (Enzo Gicca Palli)
  • Cinematography: Fulvio Testi (as Bob Roberts) [Eastmancolor, Techniscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Robby Poitevin
  • Song: "Amica Colt” sung by Maurizio Graf
  • Producer: Bruno Turchetto




Versions and runtimes

  • Runtime: approx 94 minutes

Release Dates

  • Release Date: 20.4.1967

Filming locations


Production and business

Distributed by Euro International (Italy), Constantin Film (Germany) and Shaw Brothers (HK). Production company: Explorer Film '58.





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