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The Walt Disney of 1941 would be stunned by the success of modern-day Disney: It is in the midst of its best year ever, about to break the $2.4 billion domestic box office record Universal set last year. The success is all the more impressive considering Disney’s humble roots. In 1920, Walt Disney, then a young animator, moved out to Los Angeles with scarcely a penny to his name after his animation startup in Kansas City, Laugh-O-grams, went belly up. Disney’s 2016 slate — a year bookended by “Star Wars” films, with “Captain America: Civil War” and “Finding Dory” at its center — reflects the same kind of ambition that inspired Walt Disney to push for “Fantasia,” a bold blend of music and animation.