Two page original advertisement for Cecil B. DeMille's Saturday Night.
Source: February 4, 1922 issue of Saturday Evening Post (date is published).
The ad describes the movie as one in which blue blood marries red blood (chauffeur marries rich girl; rich man marries the washerwoman's daughter).
Picture on first page is of the poor girl" and facing is the party scene "dancing around a mirrored and illuminated marble bathing pool with twenty lovely girls and their escorts frolicking in the water!".
Ad lists all of the releases for that year from Paramount.
Ad is in good condition, measure about 10 x 13.5 (too large for my scanner).