| Title||:||Anything You Can Do|
| Original Title||:||Anything You Can Do|
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| Runtime||:|| 60 min.|
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| Networks||:||CTV Television Network|
| Language||:|| en|
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Anything You Can Do was a Canadian stunt-based game show that aired on that country's CTV network and in syndication in the United States from 1971â1974. The host in the show's first season was Gene Wood, who at the time was also the announcer on Beat the Clock. For the last two seasons, Don Harron was the host. Bill Luxton was the announcer for the series, which taped at the studios of CJOH in Ottawa, Ontario.
The game was billed as a "battle of the sexes" and was played by two teams of three, men against women.