MGM Cartoons was the in-house division of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in Hollywood, responsible for producing short animation subjects.
NOTE: MGM Cartoons never had a print logo.
August 16, 1930–March 18, 1939
This logo featuring Jackie was used for Flip the Frog, Willie Whopper, Captain and the Kids and Count Screwloose cartoons.
The logo with Telly is from the Flip the Frog short "Fiddlesticks" and the lost color print of "Flying Fists"
This logo was used for Happy Harmonies cartoons.
From the The Captain and the Kids' cartoon "Petunia Natural Park" (1939)
April 15, 1939–July 18, 1942
August 22, 1942–August 3, 1946
August 31, 1946–May 17, 1952
Tom and Jerry: Jerry's Diary (1949)
Tom and Jerry: Jerry and the Goldfish (1951)
March 15, 1952; May 17 1952–September 18, 1954
Tom and Jerry: Flirty Birdy (1945)
Tom and Jerry: That's My Pup! (1953)
September 18, 1954–August 1, 1958
Version with a registered trademark symbol
Tom and Jerry: Texas Tom (1950)
CinemaScope version. (November 20, 1954-August 1, 1958)
Tom and Jerry: That's My Mommy (1955)
September 7, 1961–December 6, 1962
The Tom and Jerry Cartoon Kit (1962)
The Tom and Jerry Cartoon Kit (1962, A)
Buddies Thicker Than Water (1962)
July 27, 1963–October 7, 1967
Tom and Jerry: The Cat Above and the Mouse Below (1964)
Tom and Jerry: The Cat's Me-Ouch! (1965)
Tom and Jerry: Duel Personality (1966)
Tom and Jerry: Puss 'n' Boats (1966)
Tom and Jerry: Guided Mouse-ille (1967)
The Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics (1965)
The Bear that Wasn't (1967), MGM Cartoons' final film.