A reconstructed version using pencil tests and storyboards and some of Fred Shields' already recorded narration was featured on the Laserdisc edition of the film.
Centered around the Flying Gauchito, the short tells a story about the Gauchito visiting a local cantina and finding that he has a laugh shrill enough to break glass. However, with his laugh causing trouble there, he runs away from home to join a traveling carnival and hopefully make a good life out of his talent. However, it all falls apart on opening night when his laugh is unable to break a mirror. Though disappointed, he is relieved that things are back to normal.