Originally Posted by Beast
That's not how it works. All one has to do is look at films like the Wizard of Oz.
It doesn't matter how old the film is, as long as it uses actual movie film stock.
And regardless of the film stock that was used, it's still going to look better when presented in HD.
I hear they painted the grass green for "The Sound of Music" and while it looks fine on the big screen, and DVD, in the Blu-Ray version it becomes painfully obvious.
I'm just sayin'
May the force be with you.