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Metro Pictures

Late 1915–1924

Goldwyn Pictures

1916–1923

1921

1923–1924

Metro-Goldwyn Pictures

Metro and Goldwyn Pictures are acquired and merged to "Metro-Goldwyn Pictures" by Marcus Loew.

1924–1928?

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Following the merger with Louis B. Mayer Pictures, the company is from this point on named Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Loews Corporation.

1924–1928

Slats
This lion, Slats (Really named Cairbre), was shown at Gay's Lion Farm.

1928–1956

Jackie

1928–1953

1953–1956

1928–1932

Telly (1st Technicolor Lion)

1932–1935

Coffee (2nd Technicolor Lion)

1934–1956

Tanner (3rd Technicolor Lion)

1934–1953

1953–1956

1956–1958

George

1957–present

Leo

Leo was MGM's longest lived lion and was very infamous. The lion was used in a total of 57 years.

1957–1986

MGM/UA Entertainment Co. (1983–1986, July 10, 1987)

Following MGM's merger with United Artists in 1981, the banner now reads "MGM/UA Entertainment Co."

1974 (50th anniversary)

1984 (60th anniversary)

In 1984, MGM celebrated their 60th Anniversary. The ribbons were now gold and would stay that way for the next 30 years. The banner now reads "Diamond Jubilee".

1986–2009

1986–2001

An combination of the 1957 and 1984 logos. The 1957 parts were used. The banner was reverted back to its original name and in gold and the mask is in a darker red color. This would be a new design that would be used forever in life of MGM.

1987–1992
1994 (70th anniversary)
1999 (75th anniversary)
Metro Goldwyn Mayer Logo 1999 75th Anniversary
2001–2009

A URL was added below the logo in 2001.

2008–2012

2008–2011

In 2008, the ribbons were remade to look metallic. The mask was a gold color as well. The URL now reads MGM.COM

2011–2012

The URL was removed in 2011.

2012–present

1966–1968

This logo was nicknamed the Stylized Lion. It was used on 3 films until it was retired in 1968. Luckily, it was used as the print logo for MGM until at least 1982.

Opening credit gallery

Print logo variantions (Full color & 2D)

1924–1984

1966–1982

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1986–present

1986–2011

2011–present


MGM Holdings, Inc
Film production/distribution

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (Others | Trailer Variants | Closing Variants) | United Artists Media Group (Other | Trailer Variants | Closing Variants) | Orion Pictures | G2 Films | LightWorkers Media | Compagnia Distribuzione Internazionale 4


Television
MGM Television | MGM Worldwide Television | Orion Television | LightWorkers Media


MGM Networks
Epix (33.3% / Epix 2 | Epix 3 | Epix Drive-In)1 | MGM Channel (Canada | HD USA | HD UK) | This TV | Casa Club TV | The Works | Impact2 | Rede Telecine3


Other assets
MGM DVD | MGM Kids | MGM Animation | MGM Music | MGM On Stage | MGM Consumer Products | MGM Interactive | Metrocolor | Soul Cinema | Midnite Movies | Orion Interactive


Defunct
United Artists Television | United Artists Associated | United Artists Classics | United Artists Broadcasting | United Artists Records | Ziv-United Artists | MGM Records | MGM-Pathé Communications | American International Pictures | American International Television | Filmways Pictures | Filmways Television | CIC Video | Orion Television Syndication | Orion Home Video | The Samuel Goldwyn Company | Samuel Goldwyn Television | Cannon Films | HBO/Cannon Video | Embassy Home Entertainment | Nelson Entertainment | MGM International Television Distribution | One Three Media


Notes
1A joint venture with Viacom and Lionsgate Entertainment Corporation (33.3%)
2Co-Owned with Comcast
3Co-owned with Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, 20th Century Fox and Globosat
4Co-Owned with Mediaset

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