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The Enemy's the Pirates!

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The Enemy's the Pirates!

The Enemy's the Pirates! ~The Cat's Banquet~
敵は海賊 ~猫たちの饗宴~
(Teki wa Kaizoku: Neko no Kyōen)
Genre Science fiction, action, comedy
Original video animation
Produced by Kitty Films
Studio Madhouse (episodes 1-2)
I.G Tatsunoko (episodes 3-4)
Watanabe Promotion (episodes 5-6)
Released 1989
Runtime 30 minutes (each)
Episodes 6

The Enemy's the Pirates! ~The Cat's Banquet~ (敵は海賊 ~猫たちの饗宴~ Teki wa Kaizoku: Neko no Kyōen) is a 1989 Japanese science fiction action comedy original video animation (OVA) series. It's based on a novel by Chōhei Kambayashi.[1]


  • Raul Latell-Satoru[1]
  • Apullo[1]


It was released on VHS, Laserdisc and DVD in Japan and on VHS in the United Kingdom.[1]


On Anime News Network, Justin Sevakis called the original Japanese version "bland and inoffensive", saying he "can't imagine anyone hating it, but nobody's going to really enjoy it today".[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e Justin Sevakis (19 August 2014). "The Enemy's The Pirates!".  

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