"I'm Not Hurt" is a minor character featured in the 1994 film Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation. He was played by actor Vince Brock.
The "I'm Not Hurt" boy was a teenager who lived in Texas and owned a Dodge, Charger. On May 22nd, 1994, he collided his vehicle with a sedan carrying high school students Heather, Sean, Barry and Jenny. Emerging from his vehicle, he muttered the phrase "I'm not hurt" twice before passing out onto the ground. Heather, Barry and Jenny went off to go find help, leaving Sean behind to look after him. Minutes later, a man named Vilmer pulled up in his tow truck. Examining the body, he told Sean that the boy was dead, but Sean protested, citing that he was just talking to himself in his sleep. Vilmer flashed a smile at Sean before snapping the boy's neck, glibly remarking, "Well he's dead now". Vilmer suspended the boy's remains upside down in the back of his tow truck.
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- Credited in the film only as "I'm Not Hurt".