Can Do was a short-lived primetime game show in which contestants tried to predict whether or not guest celebrities could perform stunts.
Contestants tried to determine whether or not guest celebrities could perform stunts for as much as $50,000. After a series of question-and-answer rounds between the contestants and celebrities, the contestants were put in an isolation booth where they made their decision. The first round was worth $1,500 and the value doubled on each following round. An incorrect guess caused the players to leave with 10% of the prize he/she was going for (or roughly 20% of his/her winnings to that point).
NBC Studio 6B, New York City, NY
Can Do was eventually remade in the United Kingdom on ITV for 10 weeks in 1958. The host of this version was Jon Pertwee.