Saturday Night is a 1950 Spanish drama film directed by Rafael Gil and starring María Félix, Rafael Durán and José María Seoane. It is a film adaptation of the 1918 play of the same name, Saturday Night: A Novel For The Stage In Five Tableaux by playwright Jacinto Benavente.

In Rome, a young woman is hired by a sculptor, Leonardo, and she inspires him to create a statue that he hopes will become his masterpiece. The statue attracts the attention of Prince Florencio, heir to the throne of Preslavia. Soon her beauty spreads throughout the country, the girl is sensational and she decides to leave with the prince, leaving behind her whole life, including her daughter.