Last Sunday, following the death of James Garner, the BBC (I think it was the beeb, it was HD, anyway) aired the film Grand Prix. I caught the last half hour or so and was really impressed with the quality of the image, especially of the racing footage - the picture was so clean, clear and sharp. My question is - considering the film was made in 1966, how/why was the picture quality so excellent? - much better than an awful lot of the far more recent 'HD' content I've seen. Did any of you see the film?