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Tanner roared three times in the logo; an extended version of this logo appeared on the Color tone and several early James A.
Fitzpatrick Traveltalks color shorts, with two additional roars from the lion. Tanner, whose first appearance was before the short subject Holland in Tulip Time , was MGM's third longest-lived lion to be used, for a total of 22 years.
His first feature film appearance was before Sweethearts four years later, in He featured after Jackie, who was used for a total of 28 years, and the current lion, who has been retained for 63 years.
It is this version of the logo that was the most frequently used version throughout the Golden Age of Hollywood , although color did not really become the norm until the s, and even then, many movies were still being made in black-and-white.
Also, between the mid s and s, MGM's cartoon studio would use Tanner's roar as a sound effect for many of their animated shorts.
Tanner and Jackie were both kept in the change from Academy ratio films to widescreen CinemaScope movies in , with Tanner for color movies and Jackie for black-and-white films.
The logo was modified for this change; the marquee below the ribbon design was removed, and the company name was thus placed in a semi-circle above the ribbons.
The sixth lion, called George,  was introduced in , and appeared more heavily maned than any of the other lions.
He had the same roars as Tanner's and The Marx Brothers. Two different versions featuring George were used; one with the lion roaring toward the right of the screen and then roaring at the camera, and another with the lion roaring toward the upright corner of the screen.
This logo would also appear on black-and-white movies. Leo was born in Dublin Zoo, Ireland, the same as Slats.
He was also the youngest at the time MGM filmed him roaring, hence his much smaller mane. Leo was purchased from famous animal dealer Henry Trefflich , and trained by Ralph Helfer.
Leo also made several appearances on the TV series The Pet Set , proving himself gentle enough to let a blind teenage girl pet him in one episode.
Two different versions of this logo were used: an "extended" version, with the lion roaring three times, used from —; and the "standard" version, with the lion roaring twice, used since In the Chuck Jones -directed Tom and Jerry cartoons released between and , Tanner was used in the opening sequence instead of Leo, albeit using Leo's roar.
Three MGM films, Raintree County , Ben-Hur , and Mutiny on the Bounty , utilized a still-frame variation of this logo on Raintree County and Mutiny of the Bounty , however, would also have the lion's roar played along with their opening scores.
For Ben-Hur , the reason for this was because the film's director, William Wyler , thought that the roar would feel out of place for the opening nativity scene of the movie.
This logo would also appear on black-and-white films, such as Jailhouse Rock ; the lion's debut appearance and A Patch of Blue Some television prints of the film Cabin in the Sky , have replaced the Jackie logo with Leo for unknown reasons.
In , in attempt to update its image, MGM recruited Lippincott to create a more contemporary logo. Afterwards, Leo was reinstated for the opening logo.
The Stylized Lion, however, was retained by the studio as its print logo, used by the MGM Records division studio advertising, in addition to being shown at the end of credit rolls following most MGM movie releases of this period, continuing until It was later used by the MGM Grand casinos.
The logo was retained in the corporate revamp following their acquisition of United Artists in It was also at this time that the original lion roar sound which actually sampled Tanner's roar was replaced with a remade stereophonic one, redone by Mark Mangini.
This later version featured tiger sounds; as Mangini would later explain, "[L]ions don't make that kind of ferocious noises [sic], and the logo needed to be ferocious and majestic.
Incidentally, the sound effect was also used for the "door ghost" near the end of the film. From to , MGM used a variation of its main studio logo for its 60th anniversary based on the print logo, with the ribbons in a golden color.
Above the ribbons were the words "Diamond Jubilee", replacing the standard company name, and its font color was silver and below the ribboning was the phrase "Sixty Years of Great Entertainment".
The drama mask from the bottom had its surrounding laurels removed, and the mask itself was moved up a little so that an additional golden ribbon with the text reading "Entertainment Co.
Although the new roar effect done by Mangini was primarily being used at the time, The Year We Make Contact had both the original and roar effects mixed together.
When the company began using MGM and UA as separate brands in , a new logo for MGM was introduced; the same gold ribbons used for the "Diamond Jubilee" variant was retained, and the text was redone in exactly the same color.
Mangini remixed Leo's roar in , using digital audio technology to blend it in with several other roar sounds; the remixed sound effect debuted with the release of Cutthroat Island This was done in order to give the roar more "muscle" which an MGM executive reportedly had found the iconic sound to be lacking beforehand, as well as fit it into films with 5.
In , MGM's website address, "www. The logo was revised again in , with the ribbons, text, and drama mask done in a more brilliant gold color.
Also, Leo's image was digitally restored and enhanced, thanks to the work of staff at Pacific Title: first off, a three-dimensional model of Leo's mane was designed, and then composited and blended onto the lion's actual mane; secondly, the tips of the lion's ears were digitally remodeled, so that the tip of his left ear would now cross in front of the film ribbon, in an effort to give the logo more depth.
The new logo's design was based on that of MGM's then-current print logo, which had been introduced in The website address was also shortened to, "MGM.
The lion's roar was remixed once again by sound editor Eric Martel,  maintaining most of the original sound elements. However, beginning with The Taking of Pelham , the roar was reused.
The newly-done logo debuted with the release of the James Bond film Quantum of Solace. In , Shine Studio was chosen to redesign and animate the logo in stereoscopic 3-D three-dimensional.
Shine modeled a close up of Leo's eye creating an element to pull back through for a dramatic reveal of the lion, laurels and filmstrip.
All the elements of the logo were re-built in 3-D and then placed on different planes to add dimensional layers and drama. The roar is reused once again as Leo roars and the company name is brought in from above to center the top screen, which completes the logo sequence.
MGM's website address was removed, as MGM is no longer as of a self-distribution entity, but rather a production company.
This logo was first used in the film Skyfall. This design originated as the Metro-Goldwyn Pictures logo from to The logo features a graphic of a reclining lion from a side view on a pedestal that has the text "A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture" inscribed on it.
They present themselves with a certain amount of flair, and even drama. Often passionate and enthusiastic speakers, Mercury in Leo people get their message across with zeal.
Some people with this position have developed a perhaps more sophisticated manner in which they present their ideas and thoughts, and these natives possess admirable style and warmth.
Depending on the confidence level of the whole individual with this placement of Mercury, a stubbornness in the face of criticism or over-sensitivity to anything less than praise is present.
Whatever the reaction, Mercury in Leo natives can be mentally arrogant. Mercury, by nature, is detached and reasonable.
In Leo, however, the ego comes into play very strongly when it comes to intellectual analysis. With intellect and ego so closely tied, the ability to separate fact from fiction can be impaired.
In some, boasting may be a problem. Probably the best way to handle this position is to find self-expression in some creative field.
Mercury in Leo natives can be magnificent story-tellers, for example, mainly because they have such a wonderful sense of drama. They speak and write with heart.
When Venus in Leo people are in love, they are proud, even boastful. This position of Venus can turn humble Virgo Suns or retiring Cancer Suns into somewhat demanding lovers.
Venus in Leo loves to court and be courted, and they need to feel very special. They are warm, generous, and even grand.
Be prepared for their displays: they will tell you about any advances that others have made on them. Venus in Leo wants to appear experienced in love, even if they have little or no experience whatsoever!
They are also threatened by indifferent or impersonal behavior on your part. Although their needs for physical expression through sex are generally quite strong, their need for love is perhaps even stronger.
It is hard for Venus in Leo people to separate love and sex, and even their most erotic fantasies are infused with love and affection.
For this reason, few Venus in Leo folk would last long in a relationship that is mostly sexual. On the flip side, they may last longer in a love-only relationship in the absence of satisfying sex, but they are unlikely to feel very satisfied.
Pleasing Venus in Leo involves paying loads of attention to them. Respect and appreciate them, always. Put up with their childlike moments and their tall tales.
They want to be seen as attractive by you, so avoid at all costs! They actually lose interest when they perceive the slightest loss of interest in their partner, and you can expect that any letdown will be acted out in a dramatic fashion.
Remind them, in a gentle way, that your emotions count too. If you are feeling a little jealous, let them know.
Remember, to Venus in Leo, your small jealousies are affirmations that you find them attractive and expect the rest of the world to as well.
Let them decide where to go on a date, and let them pay too. When Venus in Leo feels loved and appreciated, they reward you with loyalty, a big sense of fun, and plenty of physical expressions of their love.
This position of Mars gives a drive for significance. This is a particularly vital position of Mars.
Passions run high, and so does desire. There is a strong will that gives these natives much staying power. Though Mars in Leo people will enjoy the pleasures of risk-taking, they generally have a strong sense of reason at the end of the day.
Mars in Leo people often have well-defined ambitions. They act with authority and power, and their personal magnetism generally endows them with the ability to get what they want.
This is one of the more sexual positions of Mars. While they are rather easy to arouse, their passion is long-standing.
Mars in Leo natives enjoy sex more than most, as long as heavy doses of love and romance are part of the package.
In partnership, they demand loyalty and admiration. Impatient with small-mindedness and disloyalty, Mars in Leo natives generally have a strong idealistic streak.
Mars in Leo natives act with their heart. Their ego is tied up with their actions, so that most anything they do becomes a source of great pride.
Though some are self-righteous and quarrelsome, the more sophisticated people with this position are kindly leaders.
See also the Sexuality of Mars in Leo. Leo rising people cannot help but be noticed. Leo Ascendant people are very self-aware and body-conscious.
They are acutely aware of others, and how they come across. Often, Leo rising natives feel as if they are on stage, even in the privacy of their own homes!
They are given to rash decisions, temper tantrums, and excesses. However, they have plenty of staying power, drive, and their idealism keeps them from getting into too much trouble.
The desire to oversee the goings-on in their circle can sometimes amount to bossiness. Many Leo rising people are managers, either by profession or character.
The tendency to overestimate things, and themselves, is generally present. This is due to a natural enthusiasm and optimism about any new undertaking.
Sometimes, they are walking commercials. In fact, Leo rising people make excellent promoters. Leo rising people are generally demonstrative, and given to grand gestures.
Drama comes naturally to these natives. They have an unusual need to be admired. Leo Ascendants often have a strong physical constitution.
They pay special attention to their personal appearance and mannerisms. Usually, they choose clothing and hairstyles that are youthful.
Their manner is authoritarian and strong. No matter their age in real-world terms, Leo rising people are kids at heart. They are fun-loving and warm; generous and spirited.
Just how magnanimous and outgoing a Leo rising individual is will be modified by the placement of the Sun by sign and house.
This is because the ruling planet of a Leo Ascendant is the Sun.