Producer Val Lewton partnered with a string of prodigies during his run with RKO Pictures in the ’40s and ’50s to bring a marked intelligence and sophistication to low-budget horror. Robert Wise is almost certainly his greatest success story, directing three films for Lewton before moving on to a highly successful career in the realm of Hollywood. His name is mostly synonymous with these later years (as well as his numerous editing credits on classic films), but Wise remembers and acknowledges Lewton’s indelible influence on psychological horror and auteur filmmaking in this short-and-sweet segment taken from the Elwy Yost-hosted television series The Moviemakers.