Presidents were this year’s hot item on the big and small screens, but pop culture has always been obsessed with dressing up actors to look like the men who fill our text books. Inspired by 2012’s trend, has combed through cinematic history to whip up this handy infographic, chronicling decades of Presidential appearances in pop culture. In the end, one thing is clear: Futurama did a lot in the name of presidential representation.

Check below the image for the key, revealing the actor assigned to each president. 

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Presidents in Movies and TV

David Morse as George Washington in John Adams

William Daniels as John Adams in 1776

Nick Nolte as Thomas Jefferson in Jefferson in Paris

Burgess Meredith as James Madison in Magnificent Doll

Morgan Wallace as James Monroe in Alexander Hamilton

Anthony Hopkins as John Quincy Adams in Amistad

Charlton Heston as Andrew Jackson in The President’s Lady

Nigel Hawthorne as Martin Van Buren in Amistad

David Clennon as William Henry Harrison in Tecumseh (1994)

John Tyler in Futurama

James K. Polk in Futurama

James Gammon as Zachary Taylor in One Man’s Hero

Millard Fillmore has never been portrayed

Franklin Pierce in Futurama

James Buchanan has never been portrayed

Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln in Lincoln

Dennis Clark as Andrew Johnson in The Conspirator

Kevin Kline as Ulysses S. Grant in Wild Wild West

John DiMaggio as Rutherford B. Hayes in Futurama

Francis Sayles as James A. Garfield in The Night Riders

Maurice LaMarche as Chester A. Arthur in Futurama

Pat McCormick as Grover Cleveland in Futurama

Roy Gordon as Benjamin Harrison in Futurama

Pat McCormick as Grover Cleveland in Futurama

Brian Keith as William McKinley in Rough Riders

Robin Williams as Theodore Roosevelt in Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian

Walter Massey as William Howard Taft in The Greatest Game Ever Played

Bob Gunton as Woodrow Wilson in Iron Jawed Angels

Warren G. Harding in Futurama

Calvin Coolidge in Futurama

Herbert Hoover in Futurama

Bill Murray as Franklin D. Roosevelt in Hyde Park on the Hudson

Gary Sinise as Harry S. Truman in Truman

Tom Selleck as Dwight D. Eisenhower in Ike: Countdown to D-Day

Bruce Greenwood as John F. Kennedy Thirteen Days

Randy Quaid as Lyndon B. Johnson in LBJ: The Early Years

Dan Hedaya as Richard Nixon in Dick

Dick Crockett as Gerald Ford in Pink Panther Strikes Again

Dan Aykroyd as Jimmy Carter in Saturday Night Live

James Brolin as Ronald Reagan in The Reagans

James Cromwell as George H. W. Bush in W.

Dennis Quaid as Bill Clinton in The Special Relationship

Timothy Bottoms as George W. Bush in That’s My Bush!

Jordan Peele as Barack Obama in Key and Peele

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