What happens when the Cuban musician nephew of Dracula finds a secret potion that allows vampires to be able to live under the sun's rays? The answer to this can be seen in the 1985 animated movie ¡Vampiros en La Habana! (Vampires in Havana). The film provides a satirical look at both capitalism and Communism when competing factions of vampires - a Chicago mob and a European cartel - seek to get their claws on the "Vampisol" concoction from Joseph Amadeus von Dracula. Featuring trumpet playing by the legendary Arturo Sandoval, ¡Vampiros is not your usual scary Halloween flick but is instead a funny spoof of horror and gangster films.
¡Vampiros can be seen in the following video in Spanish and with English subtitles. (Note that the movie has some adult themes; hence, it's NSFW and probably not recommended for young children).
Video Source - YouTube user R Delgado
Online Source - imdb.com