Presidential candidates faves -- We poll Bill Clinton, David Duke, Paul Tsongas, and others on their entertainment favorites

Right now, they’re busy stomping from state to state, stumping in the primaries and trying to stay a step ahead of trouble. But what do the presidential candidates like to watch, read, and listen to when they’re not talking issues, kissing babies, or slinging mud? We asked them to name a few of their favorite things in entertainment. Can you guess which list belongs to which candidate?

Movies: Dances With Wolves, Field of Dreams, JFK
Music: Gregorian chant
Books: The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
TV: C-SPAN, news

Movies: High Noon
Music: Elvis Presley, gospel
Books: One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez
TV: Declined to specify

Movies: Wuthering Heights, Heaven Can Wait, It’s a Wonderful Life
Music: Wagner’s Lohengrin, Meat Loaf’s Bat Out of Hell, Dan Fogelberg’s The Wild Places
Books: The Bonfire of the Vanities by Tom Wolfe, Lincoln by Gore Vidal, The Camp of the Saints by Jean Raspail
TV: Walt Disney Presents, This Week With David Brinkley, Crossfire

Movies: Declined to specify
Music: Declined to specify
Books: Declined to specify
TV: Declined to specify

Movies: Dances With Wolves, My Left Foot, Citizen Kane, Young Frankenstein
Music: Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline
Books: A Bright Shining Lie: John Paul Vann & America in Vietnam by Neil Sheehan, Pledging Allegiance: The Last Campaign of the Cold War by Sidney Blumenthal
TV: Star Trek, The Cosby Show

Movies: It’s a Wonderful Life, Beetlejuice
Music: jazz, blues
Authors: Albert Camus, Nadine Gordimer
TV: Declined to specify

Movies: Chariots of Fire
Music: Paul Simon’s Graceland
Books: Eleni by Nicholas Gage
TV: Declined to specify

Movies: Declined to specify
Music: Country
Books: Declined to specify
TV: Declined to specify

A) Jerry Brown
B) Bill Clinton
C) David Duke
D) Pat Buchanan
E) Tom Harkin
F) Bob Kerrey
G) Paul Tsongas
H) George Bush