Yes indeed. Older lenses were not always corrected across the spectrum, so what I stated previously could be wrong in such cases, specifically
when you're going back far enough that the lenses were not classified as "color (film) corrected" at all. Cutting off the tertiary wavelength (generally the blue) would improve performance even with black and white film. Such anomalies basically involve antique lenses, though some
of these have qualities much desired today, esp by large format contact printers.