Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Canadian dramatic anthology First Person was mainly comprised of 30-minute adaptations of classic novels and short stories. A few "new" programs appeared toward the end of the run, with such noteworthy Canadians as Robert Goulet and Don Francks appearing as stars. Among the writers represented herein were H.G. Wells and Robert Presnell Jr., the latter an American scriptwriter who'd relocated to Canada due to the Blacklist. First Person aired weekly over the CBC from June 8, 1960 to February 8, 1961.