Tantalus

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Dean Dickensheet was one of the star of the LASFS {Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society) sponsored film ''[[The Musquite Kid Rides Again]]'', based on a story from Lee Jacobs' fanzine [[The Ballard Chronicles]], co-starring with [[Bjo Trimble]] and John Trimble, Charles Burbee, Terry Carr, Jim Caughran, Ingrid Fritsch, Jack Harness, Ted Johnstone, Robert Lichtman, Bruce Pelz, Ernie Wheatley, [[Karen Anderson]], and Ron Ellik as 'The Musquite Kid'.  
Dean Dickensheet was one of the star of the LASFS {Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society) sponsored film ''[[The Musquite Kid Rides Again]]'', based on a story from Lee Jacobs' fanzine [[The Ballard Chronicles]], co-starring with [[Bjo Trimble]] and John Trimble, Charles Burbee, Terry Carr, Jim Caughran, Ingrid Fritsch, Jack Harness, Ted Johnstone, Robert Lichtman, Bruce Pelz, Ernie Wheatley, [[Karen Anderson]], and Ron Ellik as 'The Musquite Kid'.  
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In the mid 1960s, he also appeared in the audio play "Mars Is Heaven", written by Ray Bradbury and performed by the Olympia Theatre Group, an L.A. fan production. 
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Tantalus was a science fiction fanzine by Dean Dickensheet.

Tantalus was published in the 1960s. The first issue appeared in 1961.

Dean Dickensheet was one of the star of the LASFS {Los Angeles Science Fantasy Society) sponsored film The Musquite Kid Rides Again, based on a story from Lee Jacobs' fanzine The Ballard Chronicles, co-starring with Bjo Trimble and John Trimble, Charles Burbee, Terry Carr, Jim Caughran, Ingrid Fritsch, Jack Harness, Ted Johnstone, Robert Lichtman, Bruce Pelz, Ernie Wheatley, Karen Anderson, and Ron Ellik as 'The Musquite Kid'.

In the mid 1960s, he also appeared in the audio play "Mars Is Heaven", written by Ray Bradbury and performed by the Olympia Theatre Group, an L.A. fan production.

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