|Richard Barthelmess, in about 1925|
|Ronald Colman about 1930|
|William Powell in about 1933|
Instead they spent off-hour doing men-things, like attending football games and boxing matches, playing cards (though not at the insane levels that some Hollywood games reached) and tennis (where Colman overcame the handicap an unpublicized injury from WW1 might have caused him and became an excellent player).
|William Powell and friend|