The video above is the specimen submitted by Twentieth Century Fox in its application to register the memorable orchestral sound for motion pictures. As specified in the application, the mark consists of
nine bars of primarily musical chords in the key of B flat; the chords consisting of four, eighth and sixteenth notes.
The first Office Action objected to the goods of “pre-recorded CDs/DVDs featuring action, adventure, comedy, drama, children’s entertainment” as requiring more specificity. The action requested 20th Century more clearly identify the subject matter these DVDs, and CDs, e.g. whether they were for motion pictures, television shows, or soundtracks thereof.