Media Classics Begins Principal Photography on 'The Road to War, General Patton's Desert Training Center'

Apr 26, 2004, 01:00 ET from Deer Park Technology, Inc.

    PALM SPRINGS, Calif., April 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Deer Park
 Technologies (OTC: DRPT) through its wholly owned subsidiary Media Classics
 Group, Inc. in association with Paul Kiener Productions began principal
 photography on "The Road to War, General Patton's Desert Training Center" on
 Saturday, April 24, 2004
     Donna Anderson, the Executive Producer stated, "The opportunity to obtain
 rights to over 4,000 hours of actual documentary film that has never been
 utilized, provides Deer Park with major financial opportunity.  This
 additional footage when combined with Media Classics own resources will be the
 basis for a multi-million dollar documentary and educational series.  With
 this unique addition to our library we have positioned Media Classics to
 capitalize its library of filmed assets."
     Media Classics is producing this film in association with Paul Kiener
 Productions with Donna Anderson executive producing.  This project will be
 marketed to television and the education market and is expected to be ready
 for distribution by early summer 2004.  Brig. Gen. Richard Pierce CA, a noted
 World War II historian who impersonates Gen. Patton will host the sixty-minute
 documentary, which is being shot on various locations including the original
 headquarters site of the Desert Training Center located near Joshua Tree
 National Tree Park in the Palm Springs Desert area.  "The Road to War" is
 being produced by the two companies in association with the Bureau of Land
 Management and will be the first film to document the history of the Desert
 Training Center.  The training center was used by the US Army to train over
 ten percent of its troops during World War II.  More than one million men were
 trained there over a two-year period and went on to fight in every theater of
 war during World War II.
     About Deer Park Technology, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary Media
 Classics Group, Inc.
     Deer Park operates as a holding company for a variety of entertainment
 assets.  All of the company's operations are in its wholly owned subsidiary
 Media Classics Group, Inc.  Media Classics owns 2,000 hours of stock film
 footage and documentary film, 24 hours of animated programming, as well as,
 sports programming, music rights, and various distribution rights to
 110 feature films.  The company is utilizing these core assets to Create
 television programming, theatrical motion picture footage, and children's
 educational programming to serve a broad range of institutional and consumer
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