(Perfomances are in Spanish with English supertitles)
At the Court of Naples Don Juan seduces the Duchess Isabella by pretending to be her fiancé. He manages to escape only thanks to the help of his uncle, the Spanish ambassador. On his voyage to Spain, his ship is wrecked and he is saved by a fisher maiden, Tisbea, whom he promptly seduces. Once back at the Court of Seville, he is ordered by the king to marry Isabella in order to restore her honor. Her desperate fiancé is compensated with the hand of Doña Ana. She is not best pleased, since she loves another, the Marquees de la Mota. Once again pretending to be her lover, Don Juan succeeds in gaining access to Doña Ana. However, Ana recognizes him in time and calls for help. Her father, Don Gonzalo de Ulloa, arrives and is killed by Don Juan in a sword fight. The unfortunate Marquees is arrested for the crime, while Don Juan occupies himself by seducing the peasant girl Aminta on her wedding day. Don Juan at the graveyard invites the statue of Don Gonzalo de ulloa to a banquet. The statue appears and challenges Don Juan to come with him into his tomb. Finally, Don Juan's servant describes to all the victims of his lechery how in the tomb he began to experience the torments awaiting him in hell and was dragged off to his death. The King is now able to pair off the ill-treated lovers.