I've got them all! The little Italian BASIC booklets that were published by Stratelibri in the 1990s when Chaosium had just stopped publishing Elric! supplements and when nobody could foretell the d100 renaissance.
For those who don't know about them here are the titles of the little series:
BASIC - Il gioco di ruolo universale. An Italian translation (sometimes more an adaptation) of the original BRP booklet + the original Magic World rules from Worlds of Wonder. 2 scenarios, which are the translations of the scenarios from the BRP booklet and from Magic World.
BASIC - West. An Italian original. This is straight western adventure, with just a hint of Spaghetti western (in an Italian rpg one would have expected more of it). 3 scenarios, which look like good fun. Major drawback: nothing on American natives. As the author says "it would have been impossible to do them justice in such a short space".
BASIC - Egitto. An Italian original. Adventures in the land and times of the Pharaoh. With Egyptian ritual magic system, creatures and 3 scenarios and a decent amount of setting info. Perhaps the most ambitious book of the series. It would have benefited of a higher page count (e.g. the magic system is cool but sketchy).
BASIC- Dinosauri. An Italian original. Dinosaurs! This is basically Jurassic Park / Lost World with a few clever twists. You can plug in your Egyptians and cow-boys as lost communities in the lost world mini-setting. Add super-sapient aliens and dinosaur-men and you have a really over-the-top setting for pulp-style action. In case you need them you have stats for Godzilla and King Kong. It has 3 scenarios linked in a mini-campaign.
BASIC- Giocare Alien. The Alien movies setting. Officially licensed. Too bad this is the shortest of the series. It was licensed as promotional merchandising for Alien IV and appeared in a rpg magazine. It has one customizable scenario. It is the kind of combat-heavy spaceship-crawl you might expect.
All in all a fun little series.