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Renate Muller
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Actress
    (April 26, 1906-October 1, 1937)
    Died in Berlin, Germany
    Starred in 'The Office Girl (1931)' and 'Viktor und Viktoria (1933)'
    Died at 31
    She grew up rich.
    She struck up a friendship with Adolf Hitler although she disagreed with his politics.
    She appeared in several Nazi propaganda films because she embodied Adolf Hitler's ideal blue-eyed, blonde Aryan woman.
    While in a clinic battling morphine addiction, she fell from a third story window.
    Her death was initially blamed on epilepsy.
    She was often compared to Claudette Colbert.
    Her most famous movie was remade into 1982's 'Victor/Victoria.'
    She refused to break up with her Jewish lover, despite pressure from Hitler.
    The circumstances of her death are murky. She was either pushed from the balcony by Gestapo officers or jumped to her death as she saw them arrive at the hospital.
    Her life story was the basis for the acclaimed German film 'Liebling der Gotter' (1960).

Credit: Black Chic


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