For variations of this logos see Paramount Pictures/Other.
In 1953, Jan Domela painted the mountain, which debuted on-film in 1953.
In 1968, a byline was added and it was A Gulf + Western Company.
1986–1987 (75th anniversary logo)
In 1986, for the studio's 75th anniversary, Dario Campanile repainted the mountain, which debuted on-film in 1986. The artist added the trees and the clouds to make it realistic. It was designed by Studio Productions (now known as Flip Your Lid Animation), with the stars animation done by Omnibus Computer Graphics and the mountain scenery model created by Apogee, Inc.
In 1989, the former byline was changed to A Paramount Communications Company.
In 1995, the former byline was changed to A Viacom Company.
It's the same logo but added more textures to have it more detailed. This logo was animated at Pixar Animation Studios.
2002 (90th anniversary logo)
In 2002, the new logo was given a CG-animated version, for the studio's 90th anniversary. It was debuted in We Were Soldiers.
In 2010, the logo was modified, with sleeker stars and text while the byline A Viacom Company has its font changed. It was debuted in Marvel's Iron Man 2 and last used in The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn.
2011–2013 (100th anniversary logo)
In 2012, the new logo was given another CG-animated version but it was given a more realistic look, with a new orchestral fanfare composed by Michael Giacchino. It was designed by Devastudios, Inc., for the studio's 100th anniversary. It basically combines elements of the previous two logos, including the landscape. This was debuted in Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol and last used in Jack Reacher.
The current logo is modified, but the Viacom byline is slightly larger and without the "100 Years" wordmark. It was debuted in Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters and last used in Playing with Fire, produced by Paramount Players, which follows the second merger of Viacom and CBS.