Telemount-Mutual Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Telemount-Mutual Productions was a short-lived television production company established in 1951 as a joint venture between Paramount Pictures and the Mutual Broadcasting System. The name "Telemount" derives from the words "Television" and "Paramount".

Logo (September 13, 1952-June 13, 1953)

Visuals: Over the series' credits, there is the following phrase:



The word "TELEMOUNT" is arched in a huge Roman font.

Trivia: Although this was the end credits of the program, the mountain in the background notably make connections to the Paramount Pictures logos, especially sun the name of the company was based on Paramount.

Early Variant: Originally, the name read "A TELEMOUNT PRODUCTION".

Technique: A still graphic.

Audio: The closing theme of the show. In other cases, it had a triumphant fanfare.

Availability: Originally seen on Cowboy G-Men.
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