Yes, with a direct contrast. But with the bulk of films it doesn't matter if it was in color or not. Again people still paid to see B&W movies, even after Wizard of Oz, or Spellbound or High and Low came out. It took until the 70's before it became normal for everything to be in color. B&W TV's were still being sold in the 80's. Hell you might as well call most modern films chromatic or tinted they use such intense filters there's hardly anything else on the spectrum left. That's what color has brought to modern films, orange or blue (not at the same time mind you, one or the other). The point is that color has become expected and natural even in perfectly average to below average films. There will come a day when every film comes out in 3D and most modern viewers will be left scratching their heads wondering why this rogue director wants to go "old school" and shoot in 2D. Eventually a holodeck will become the norm and people will wonder how people could stare at a single plane. That's progress.