Two famous hay wains, Goya’s stone cart, horses and carts assisting a heavy steam crane in Paris, and carrying goods in the centre of New York in 1911.
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.
A goatherd’s story leads to an almighty punch-up, which is interrupted by a procession praying for rain. Don Quixote disrupts that, and gets knocked down, apparently dead.