Raw Nerve (1991 film)

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This article is about the 1991 suspense Film. For the 1999 film starring Mario Van Peebles, and Nicollette Sheridan, see Raw Nerve (1999).
Raw Nerve
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Raw Nerve' theatrical poster - Somebody wants her dead...but she's being difficult.
Directed by David A. Prior[1]
Produced by
Written by David A. Prior
Lawrence L. Simeone
Starring Glenn Ford[1]
Jan-Michael Vincent [1]
Traci Lords[2]
Music by Greg Turner
Cinematography Andrew Parke
Edited by Tony Malanowski
Distributed by
Release dates
Running time
91 min.
Country USA
Language English

Raw Nerve is a 1991 film directed and written by David A. Prior. The film stars Glenn Ford[1] in his final film role, Jan-Michael Vincent[1] and Traci Lords.[2]


As a series of grotesque shotgun murders plagues the city, a young race car driver goes to the police (Ford and Vincent) claiming that he has been having visions about the killer. He gets locked up as the suspect. A lady reporter (Sandal Bergman) falls in love with the suspect and sets out prove his innocence and find the real killer. A rogue biker (Tex Cobb) who accosts the reporter and kidnaps her is thought to be the killer in question so after he has been slaughtered in a shoot-out, they figure they have solved the shotgun slayings. But have they?



  1. ^ a b c d e Overview of film at New York Times Website
  2. ^ a b c d e f Prouty, H. H. (1994). "Raw Nerve". Variety and Daily variety television reviews. New York: Garland. pp. 29, May, 1991. ISBN 978-0-8240-3796-3. 

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