Worst Teeth in the Movies

Vampires and zombies don’t count.

1.  Deliverance

Herbert “Cowboy” Coward as Toothless Man in Deliverance

 

2. Gus Visser and His Singing Duck

This is a 1925 test of talking film.  Watch Gus’ right hand, and you’ll see how he makes the duck quack.

 

3.  Deliverance (again)

Bill McKinney as Mountain Man in Deliverance

 

3.  Monty Python’s Life of Brian

Terry Jones as Brian’s mother in Monty Python’s Life of Brian

 

4.  Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Mike Myers in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

He’s got the whole British dentistry thing goin’ on.

 

5.  It

Tim Curry as Pennywise the Dancing Clown in It

As if a Stephen King child-killing clown weren’t scary enough.

6.  The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker

Richard Kiel as Jaws/Zbigniew Krycsiwiki in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker

This could also make the list of Most Awesome Teeth.

 

7.  Tyson

Mike Tyson in Tyson

 


8 and 9. Best in Show

Parker Posey as Meg Swan in Best in Show

Michael Hitchcock plays Posey’s hubbie Hamilton Swan, and these uptight yuppies are adorned with matching adult braces.

 

10.  Steve Buscemi in everything (Reservoir Dogs, Living in Oblivion, Fargo, Ghost World, Coffee and Cigarettes, The Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire).

Steve Buscemi

Buscemi’s a great actor, and he’s secure enough to choose not to get his teeth fixed.  Gotta dance with who brung ya.  Good for him!

One Response to Worst Teeth in the Movies

  1. Phil Hammer says:

    Would you send me once again the name of the IMDB type website you find most reliable. Thanks for doing this

    Phil Hammer

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