1. Khürt Williams · December 16, 2018

    Love the photos.

  2. Apex Breaking News Today · November 16, 2021

    Wow I never knew the history of the paramount pictures logo. This company definitely climbed to the highest peaks of Hollywood so the logo is very fitting.

  3. Paul · December 5, 2021

    Watching movies since my childhood, but never asked/told myself: the internet could give me that answer… thank you (!) for the history and the pictures! Greetings from Switzerland, where we have a similar mountain, the “Matterhorn”.

    • Ritchie Roesch · December 6, 2021

      Thanks, Paul, for the comment! I’ve only seen the fake Matterhorn at Disneyland in real life, I hope to make it to the real thing someday.

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  5. Barry · July 30, 2022

    And Ben Lomond peak is named after Beinn Laomainn (Ben Lomond) in Scotland.

    • Ritchie Roesch · August 2, 2022

      Yes! I think they kind of sort of look similar. The one in Utah is much higher in elevation.

  6. Parallax3D · December 7, 2022

    The current mountain that shows at the beginning of Paramount movies, (since about 1953), is a different mountain, said to be a stylized version of Artesonraju, in the Peruvian Andes.

    • Ritchie Roesch · December 9, 2022

      Yeah, this was only the inspiration for the original logo. Thanks for the input!

  7. Andy Healy · February 8

    If you see Ben Lomond Peak from the east side (looking west) you’ll see the Paramount mountain. You can see it on the lifts at Snowbasin Ski Resort.

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