Fictional portrayal::Heinrich Müller (Gestapo)
- Is historical protagonist in "The Report Müller" novel by Antonio Manzanera, (Umbriel 2013) working with the declassification of important documents in U.S.
- In the Soviet TV series Seventeen Moments of Spring, Müller was portrayed by Jewish actor Leonid Bronevoy. The TV series became extremely popular in the Soviet Union and Müller became a subject of many Russian jokes along with his adversary Stierlitz.
- In the 2001 TV movie Conspiracy about the Wannsee Conference, he was played by Brendan Coyle.
- In Philip Kerr's book A German Requiem, Müller has survived the war and is a spy.
- The Barnes Review has alleged he was hired by the CIA after the war.
- As Thomas Hauser's chief in Jonathan Littell's docudrama Les Bienveillantes.
- In James Patterson's 1979 book The Jericho Commandment (republished in 1997 as See How They Run), Müller is the number 1 man in La Arana, the Fourth Reich's Latin arm.
Heinrich Müller (Gestapo) sections
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