Leo Ricketts owns a theme park that in the Golden Days of the 20th century was everyone's go-to choice of entertainment. But those days have long passed. These days, in the place of adoring patrons, the park has been overrun by Indiana bats and three homeless wanderlusts. But Leo, ever the optimist, opens the park every day hoping someone might stop by. And one day he gets his wish. Only, she's not a patron. She's a tax collector.
A bygone theme park owner, the homeless, some guano, and tax debt. What do you get? A Them Park.
Did You Know?
The name "Them Park" was often assumed to be a typo. In fact, when the film's insurance and location contracts were returned, the title was always corrected to "Theme Park." To make matters more confusing the film was referred to as "Theme Park" in the media. And even the crew's family thought "Them Park" was a typo. See more