Very old cameras may have areas of damage on the light seals around the lens and camera body. Start by cleaning all the folds and areas, then using a epoxy glue and a material such as a crochet yarn or even a small, thin strip of rubber to fill in the seals. Allow to dry for at least 24 hours and check for any pinholes you may have missed.
There is sometimes a fungus that can develop on the lens of a very old camera or one that has not been cleaned very often. This is seen as a dull substance on the glass that is not removed with a glass cleaner. Use a light coating of mineral oil and let stand overnight, then wash with Windex or other glass cleaner until all residue is gone.