The film retraces efforts by Hicks and Hatfield to promote the controversial tome--with an added an epilogue alleging that Bush was busted for cocaine possession in 1972. Success eluded them. Misfortune followed. Was Dubya's camp pulling strings? That question lingers in “Horns and Halos,” a non-fiction tale the White House is likely to pan. Starring Sander Hicks, J.H. Hatfield, Peter Slover and Mark Crispin Miller. Directed by Suki Hawley and Michael Galinsky. Produced by Hawley, Galinsky and David Beilinson. No distributor set. Documentary. Not yet rated. Running time: 80 min.