In 1931, as Universal Studios was preparing to film the now classic Dracula starring Bela Lugosi, it was decided that a Spanish version would be made at the same time. Although the Spanish version would feature a different cast, the same screenplay and sets would be used as the English version. Lugosi’s Dracula would film during the day and then that evening the Spanish crew would come in and film. By all accounts the Spanish Dracula is excellent.
You can learn more about The Making of the Spanish Language Version of Dracula (1931) at Old Hollywood Films.