This C-22 Kodacolor had a silver based antihalation layer which would further complicate b&w processing.
You can get color images from that if you mix your own CD-3 based color developer, use C-41 bleach and fixer, and get a hexamine or formalin based stabilizing bath. I've heard of people getting useful development with unaltered C-41 at 80 F -- but the formalin or hexamine stabilizer is crucial for C-22 dyes.
The silver layer in that film, AFAIK, is actually the yellow filter layer below the blue-sensitive color layer. Careful treatment with Farmer's Reducer after B&W processing can reduce this layer's density with only slight loss of image silver.
this step probably needs to happen prior to bleaching and fixing.
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