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  • Don Patterson
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  • Don Patterson was an American animator, director, and animation director, who worked at Walt Disney Productions, Walter Lantz Productions, and Hanna-Barbera.
  • His animation credits at Disney included animation on Boat Builders, Mickey's Trailer, The Whalers, Brave Little Tailor, Mother Goose Goes Hollywood, Pinocchio, the "Night on Bald Mountain/Ave Maria" segment of Fantasia, Pluto's Playmate, Dumbo, The New Spirit, Donald's Garden, The Three Caballeros, The Eyes Have It and effect animations on Make Mine Music.
  • Don Patterson (July 22, 1936, Columbus, Ohio - February 10, 1988, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American jazz organist. Patterson played piano from childhood and was heavily influenced by Erroll Garner in his youth. In 1956, he switched to organ after hearing Jimmy Smith play the instrument. In the early 1960s, he began playing regularly with Sonny Stitt, and he began releasing material as a leader on Prestige Records from 1964 (with Pat Martino and Billy James as sidemen). His most commercially successful album was 1964's Holiday Soul, which reached #85 on the Billboard 200 in 1967. Patterson's troubles with drug addiction hobbled his career in the 1970s, during which he occasionally recorded for Muse Records and lived in Gary, Indiana. In the 1980s he moved to Philadelphia and made
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  • Chicago, Illinois, United States
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  • 1998-12-12
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Job
  • Animator, animation supervisor
Name
  • Patterson, Don
DOB
  • 1909-12-26
Date of Death
  • 1988-02-10
Gender
  • Male
Date of Birth
  • 1936-07-22
POD
  • Santa Barbera, California, United States
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  • Don Patterson was an American animator, director, and animation director, who worked at Walt Disney Productions, Walter Lantz Productions, and Hanna-Barbera.
  • Don Patterson (July 22, 1936, Columbus, Ohio - February 10, 1988, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American jazz organist. Patterson played piano from childhood and was heavily influenced by Erroll Garner in his youth. In 1956, he switched to organ after hearing Jimmy Smith play the instrument. In the early 1960s, he began playing regularly with Sonny Stitt, and he began releasing material as a leader on Prestige Records from 1964 (with Pat Martino and Billy James as sidemen). His most commercially successful album was 1964's Holiday Soul, which reached #85 on the Billboard 200 in 1967. Patterson's troubles with drug addiction hobbled his career in the 1970s, during which he occasionally recorded for Muse Records and lived in Gary, Indiana. In the 1980s he moved to Philadelphia and made a small comeback, but his health deteriorated over the course of the decade, and he died there in 1988.
  • His animation credits at Disney included animation on Boat Builders, Mickey's Trailer, The Whalers, Brave Little Tailor, Mother Goose Goes Hollywood, Pinocchio, the "Night on Bald Mountain/Ave Maria" segment of Fantasia, Pluto's Playmate, Dumbo, The New Spirit, Donald's Garden, The Three Caballeros, The Eyes Have It and effect animations on Make Mine Music.
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