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Don Patterson (December 26, 1909 - December 12, 1998) was an American producer, animator and director who worked at various studios during the golden age of animation, including Disney, MGM, and Walter Lantz. He was the older brother of animator Ray Patterson.
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.