Frank Silvera (1914 - 1970)
- Fear and Desire (1953) [Sgt. Mac] Shot to death off-screen. His body is seen floating in the water.
- Killer's Kiss (1955) [Vincent Rapallo]: Killed by Jamie Smith after a ruthless showdown in a mannequin factory.
- The Appaloosa (1966) [Ramos]: Gunned down by Alex Montoya when he tries to creep up on him and hit him with a rock.(Thanks to Brian)
- Hombre (1967) [Mexican Bandit]: Shot dead in a confrontation with Paul Newman, whom he fatally wounds. (Thanks to Brian)
- The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1967) [Nick Sorrello]: Mentioned in Paul Frees' narration that he will be murdered less than 24 hours after the titular massacre.
- Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969) [Carlos Lobero]: Shot to death (off-screen) by his own men after he refuses to help free Fernando Rey; we learn of his death when Sancho Gracia tells George Kennedy.
- Thriller: The Guilty Men (1960) [Charlie Roman]:
- Rawhide: El Hombre Bravo (1965) [Pajarito]: In the role of a meek Mexican school teacher who writes revolutionary propaganda under a fictional titular name Frank commits suicide by single handedly charging at Henry Corden's federales while shooting at them until Henry and perhaps others kill him. It was imperative to Frank that the federales did not take him alive to show the revolutionaries that "El Hombre Bravo" was a gentle little man.
- Hawaii Five-O: Paniolo (1970) [Frank Kuakua]: Shot by police after shooting Jack Lord in the arm.
- The High Chaparral: The New Lion Of Sonora (1971) [Don Sebastian Montoya]: Silvera did not appear in this episode as he had passed away. In the plot, Cameron Mitchell returns from Silvera's ranch to inform his children that he had died. At the funeral, Valentin de Vargas tells them that he died peacefully in his sleep. (Thanks to Brian)
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