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¡Vampiros en La Habana! (1985)

Not Rated | | Animation, Comedy, Horror | 1985 (Cuba)
A vampire family from Cuba is preparing for a showdown between the USA vampires and the Eastern European vampires. But with the aid of a scientist, they need a type of vaccination where they can live in daylight.


Juan Padrón


Ernesto Padrón (dialogue), Ernesto Padrón (screen story) | 3 more credits »




Credited cast:
Frank González Frank González ... Pepito / Smiley / Al Tapone / Actor in Vampire Movie (voice)
Manuel Marín Manuel Marín ... Johnny Terrori / Vampiro negro / Actor in Vampire Movie (voice)
Irela Bravo Irela Bravo ... Lola (voice)
Carlos Gonzalez Carlos Gonzalez ... Tio Werner Amadeus Von Dracula (voice)
Mirella Guillot Mirella Guillot ... (voice)
Carmen Solar Carmen Solar ... (voice)
Juan Padrón Juan Padrón ... (voice)
Margarita Aguero Margarita Aguero ... Actress in Vampire Movie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Friedrich W. Bauschulte Friedrich W. Bauschulte ... Onkel (voice)
Friedrich G. Beckhaus ... (voice)
Detlef Bierstedt Detlef Bierstedt ... Pepe (voice)
Sonja Deutsch Sonja Deutsch ... (voice)
Joseline Gassen Joseline Gassen ... Gattin (voice)
Helmut Gauß Helmut Gauß ... (voice)
Manfred Grote Manfred Grote ... (voice) (as Manfred Grothe)


A scientist invents a potion that allows vampires to be able to live under the rays of the sun. When the word gets out to the vampires of the world, they fly to Cuba to gain control of the potion. It becomes a battle between the American and the East European vampires. A trumpet player is the scientist's nephew and holds the formula for the elixir. Written by RocksLikeABoulder

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Not since FRITZ THE CAT has there been such a freewheeling sexy cartoon romp!


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Did You Know?


The film poster still sells well to tourists in Havana in 2016. See more »


Pepito: Bullets can't kill vampires.
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Followed by Más vampiros en La Habana (2003) See more »

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The best animated movie I've ever seen in my life!
2 March 2005 | by ECLIPSE1977See all my reviews

I watched "¡Vampiros En La Habana!" by Juan Padrón when I was eight years old. This movie was something different from the Disney cartoons I used to watch. There was sex, good music, violence, and plenty of humor. A plot consisting in a mixture of vampires and mafia could be strange, but it worked perfectly well. This is the type of movie that you can hate it or love it! Yesterday Juan Padrón (the director) presented the second part: "¡Más Vampiros En La Habana!" in a theater in Madrid (Spain). I had great expectations with this movie. I couldn't resist comparing both of them, and in my opinion I think that the first part was less dynamic but much more funny. I'm looking forward to watching "Fritz The Cat" and comment it.

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