This city is under martial law until we annihilate THEM!
A horror horde of crawl-and-crush giants clawing out of the earth from mile-deep catacombs!
- 1 Plot
- 2 Staff
- 3 Cast
- 4 Appearances
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Soundtrack
- 7 Production
- 8 Alternate Titles
- 9 Theatrical Releases
- 10 Foreign Releases
- 11 Box Office
- 12 Reception
- 13 DVD and Blu-ray Releases
- 14 Videos
- 15 Trivia
- 16 External Links
- 17 References
- 18 Comments
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Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Directed by Gordon Douglas
- Produced by David Weisbart
- Edited by Bronislau Kaper
- Assistant directing by Russ Saunders, Al Alleborn, and John Prettyman
- Screenplay by Ted Sherdeman and Russell Hughes
- Story by George Worthing Yates
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- James Whitmore as Sergeant Ben Peterson
- Edmund Gwenn as Dr. Harold Medford
- Joan Weldon as Dr. Pat Medford
- James Arness as FBI Agent Robert Graham
- Onslow Stevens as General O'Brien
- Sean McClory as Major Kibbee
- Chris Drake as Trooper Ed Blackburn
- Sandy Descher as Ellinson girl
- Mary Ann Hokanson as Mrs. Lodge
- Don Shelton as Captain Fred Edwards
- Fess Parker as Alan Crotty
- Olin Howlin as Jensen
Weapons, Vehicles, and Races
- Main article: Them!/Gallery.
- Main article: Them! (Soundtrack).
The production began in the fall of 1953. The film was originally planned to be in 3D and Warner Color, but due to some technical issues the film couldn't be done in 3D or Warner Color, so widescreen black-and-white would now be the film's presentation format. However, the film was never shot in widescreen. Because of the preparation of certain scenes, many of the camera set-ups for 3D still remain in the film, like the opening titles and the flamethrowers shots aimed directly at the camera.
- The World in Danger (El mundo en peligro; Argentina and Mexico)
- The World in Danger (O Mundo em Perigo; Brazil and Portugal)
- Atomic Devils (Atomische duivels; Belgium)
- Atomic Demons (Démons atomiques; Belgium)
- Police and Monster (Politiet og uhyret; Denmark)
- Humanity in Danger (La humanidad en peligro; Spain)
- They're Them! (Són elles!; Spain)
- Night Beasts (Nattens bestar or Yön pedot; Finland)
- Monsters Attack in the City (Des monstres attaquent la ville; France)
- FBI in Alarm (FBI σε Συναγερμό; Greece)
- They! (Ők!; Hungary)
- They! (One!; Poland)
- They! (Ele!; Romania)
- They! (Они!; Serbia and Russia)
- Radiation X (放射能Ｘ; Japan)
- Assault on Earth (Assalto alla terra; Italy)
- The Ants (Myrorna; Sweden)
- They're Coming! (De kommer!; Sweden)
- Formicula (West Germany)
- United States - June 15, 1954; June 16, 1954; June 19, 1954 [view poster]
- Canada - June 19, 1954
- United Kingdom - July 30, 1954
- Mexico - August 19, 1954
- Japan - August 30, 1954 [view poster]
- Italy - September 11, 1954
- Finland - November 5, 1954
- France - June 3, 1955
- Belgium - July 1, 1955
- Portugal - January 30, 1956
- Argentina - August 14, 1956
- Denmark - March 23, 1959
- West Germany - September 15, 1960
- Spain - October 8, 1962; Re-Release - February 9, 2006
- Sweden - March 19, 1970
DVD and Blu-ray Releases
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