Which German born actor and director played a chemist in a late 1930s film
that happened to share its name with a subsquent Derby winner.
I have been searching for ages - not asking for answer just a hint.
This piece of information is absolutely insignificant and it does not worth wasting your brain cells to store it. This is declarative knowledge and if you want to know all the facts in the human history that are absolutely declarative knowledge and hence spam of any kind your head should become an waste bucket ... which is actually the worst case scenario of knowledge acquisition and knowledge storage.
If you want to become a genius of seventh star magnitude you should start acquiring procedural knowledge ... and make an inference engine out of your reasoning in the first place.