Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Telecast on Monday evenings beginning July 25, 1955, the weekly hour-long CBC anthology series Drama at Ten consisted of five filmed playlets, previously broadcast on Canada's General Motors Theatre. The acting roster included prolific character player Eric Christmas, while among the writers was Arthur Hailey, several years removed from such best-sellers as Hotel and Airport. Individual episode titles included "Roman Gesture," "Witch Magic is White?," "Deadline Than the Male," "The American," and "Flight Into Danger." After ending its initial run on August 3, 1955, Drama at Ten briefly returned on August 13 and 20, 1956.