He was also seen as being led down a prison corridor in Yale sweatshirt, before he makes it to the White House.
The first teaser for the flick, being rushed into theatres 18 days before the presidential election, begins with George Thorogood''s "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer." Josh Brolin, as the future commander in chief, is seen doing the bump with a hot blonde on top of a bar and then winning a drinking contest by guzzling beer through a funnel. He also gets a shout from dad George H W Bush, played by James Cromwell.
"If I remember correctly, you didn''t like the sporting goods job," Bush Sr tells him in the trailer. "Working in the investment firm wasn''t for you either, or the oil rig job. You didn''t exactly finish up with flying colours in the Air National Guard, junior. "What are you cut out for?" the senior Bush is seen asking his son. Bush senior continues as Brolin, star of No Country For Old Men, hangs his head.
"Partying? Chasing tail? Driving drunk? Who do you think you are? A Kennedy? You''re a Bush. Act like one."
The younger Mr Bush then comes to blows with his father in the trailer. "You want an ass-whipping?" Bush senior asks. "Try it old man," his son replies.
In Stone''s version of history, an insider stated that the biopic meets very much with the ''Godfather'' story.
"It''s like the ''Godfather'' story, [with] the outsider brother, Michael, who avenges his father and takes over the family business. This movie is about family. It''s about vengeance. And it''s a wild ride," New York Post quoted an insider as saying.
Stone trivializes the US invasion of Iraq as the younger Bush''s personal vendetta against Saddam Hussein, who had thumbed his nose at Dubya''s dad. "And Brolin captures the Bush malapropisms beautifully," the insider added.