Absolutely yes! It was called Direct Positive film and was available in 135 and 828 sizes. It was a panchromatic (Type B) film with an ISO 80 daylight speed (64 tungsten). They started making it sometime after WWII, probably in the very late 40s. I can remember seeing it on the shelves in the early 50s. It was discontinued sometime in the early 70s, I think. (I have a 1969 film pamphlet that still lists it.) After a while, Kodak started recommending reversal processing of first Panatomic-X and then TMax-100 as a substitute. People who could use long rolls also shot Kodak's reversal motion picture products to produce slides.