Leo The Lion is the mascot for the Hollywood film studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, featured in the studio's production logo.
Since 1924 (when the studio was formed by the merger of Samuel Goldwyn's studio with Marcus Loew's Metro Pictures and Louis B. Mayer's company), there have been around five different lions used for the MGM logo.
Leo, the fifth lion, had a smaller mane than any of the previous lions. This lion was used on all MGM films from circa 1957 to 1983 and Tom and Jerry cartoons directed by Gene Deitch, 1961
Editor's Note: Leo (356) is the fifth sign of the zodiac.
It's appropriate that the advent of MGM's fifth lion, named "Leo The Lion", came in 1957 which was ONE (1) year prior to 1958 which was the advent of the 23rd "I Am" cycle of 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" - ie. 1958 = 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" X 22. 23 corresponds to I (9) Am (14) = 23 prime which is the Lord's original name and title given to Moses on Mt. Sinai - ie. "I Am...the Lord thy God..." Exodus 20:2.
Note that this message was posted at 7:47 am - pacific time - which is ONE (1) + 23 "I Am" minutes from 8:11 (811) which corresponds to My (47) God (764) = 811 prime and August 11th (8/11), the Divine Birthdate, etc. This mirrors the correspondence between 1957 which is ONE (1) year from 1958 which was the advent of the 23rd "I Am" cycle of 89 "Prime of Leo (356)" years.