Creepy, Toothless Man in ‘Deliverance’ ‘Memba Him?!

Herbert ‘Cowboy’ Coward is best-known for taking part in the dentally challenged redneck — reverse Bill McKinney because the piggy-squealing, assailant Mountain Man — and delivers the notorious line, “he got a real pretty mouth ain’t he,” within the 1972 backwoods thriller, “Deliverance.”

Herbert ‘Cowboy’ Coward shared the display screen with big-name stars together with Jon Voight as Ed, Burt Reynolds as Lewis, Ned Beatty as Bobby and Ronny Cox as Drew.

Fun reality: “Deliverance” was filmed on location in Georgia and Coward did his personal stunts, together with being dangled alongside the steep cliff within the scene after he was shot by Voight’s character.

Guess what he seems like now!

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