Creepy, Toothless Man in
5/2/2019 12:01 AM PDT
Herbert ‘Cowboy’ Coward is best-known for playing the dentally challenged redneck — opposite Bill McKinney as the piggy-squealing, assailant Mountain Man — and delivers the infamous line, “he got a real pretty mouth ain’t he,” in the 1972 backwoods thriller, “Deliverance.”
Herbert ‘Cowboy’ Coward shared the screen with big-name stars including Jon Voight as Ed, Burt Reynolds as Lewis, Ned Beatty as Bobby and Ronny Cox as Drew.
Fun fact: “Deliverance” was filmed on location in Georgia and Coward did his own stunts, including being dangled along the steep cliff in the scene after he was shot by Voight’s character.