From preparations for their third sally to the massacre of Don Pedro’s puppet theatre, Don Quixote and Sancho Panza have trouble keeping out of trouble.
An early photo by Julia Margaret Cameron, and paintings by Vasnetsov, Rochegrosse, Walter Crane and a whole series by Lovis Corinth.
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza attend the grand wedding. But the bride’s original suitor turns up and says over his dead body.
Don Quixote is brought down from the mountains, only to run into further trouble at an inn. Eventually he’s tricked into being taken by oxcart back to his village.
Arrivals at the inn bring an unexpected turn of events: first four horsemen and a lady who end the deception of Princess Micomicona, then a man and a woman from Algiers.