Among the most successful musical teams of the 20th century, composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist Oscar Hammerstein Jr. created some of America's most beloved stage and screen musicals. Several of their best-known works are part of this new six-title anthology from 20th Century Fox. Updating an earlier box, this wonderful 12-disc collection includes the 2005-06 remastered DVDs of the Fox R&H canon, most of which are Anniversary Editions, and each of which includes a bonus disc. Multiple Academy Award-winner The Sound of Music (1965) is the most recent of the productions included here, and it bookends the set's two-decade span with State Fair ('45). The remaining four films represent the mother lode of Broadway-to-screen adaptations, including: Shirley Jones and Gordon MacRae in the Technicolor landmark Oklahoma! ('55) and its follow-up, Carousel ('56); the lavish costume drama The King and I ('56), featuring Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr (singing with Marni Nixon's voice, of course); and the ambitious wartime extravaganza South Pacific ('58).