- April (disambiguation)
Aprilis the fourth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar.
April can refer to:
April Flowers, an American pornographic actress and adult model
April Gaede, writer and activist for National Vanguard, a white nationalist organization.
* Cecily April Adams, the daughter of sitcom actor Don Adams and singer Adelaide Efantis.
April Scott, American actress and model
April O'Neil, a character in the Mirage Studios franchise "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"
April Ryan, a character from the best-selling and award-winning adventure game "The Longest Journey" and its sequel "Dreamfall"
Robert April, a character in the "Star Trek" universe
April Green (Jericho character), a character from the TV show "Jericho"
April (1916 film), a silent movie
I'll Remember April (film), 1999 film starring Pat Morita, Pam Dawber, Haley Joel Osment and Yuki Tokuhiro
Pieces of April, a 2003 American movie
April (1961 film), film by Georgian Otar Ioseliani
April (2002 film), a Russian movie
* April Dancer, title character in the 1960s TV series "
The Girl from U.N.C.L.E."
APRIL, a CPUarchitecture for multiprocessing.
April 1, April Fools Day.
* Great April Fools Switcheroonie, series of jokes played out between comic strip writers and artists.
* "April," a song by Deep Purple from their 1969 album "Deep Purple".
April (French association), a French association for the promotion of Free Software.
April (album), a 2008 album by Sun Kil Moon.
* April (Beanie Baby) (and April 2), Beanie Babies produced by Ty, Inc. See also
April Fool (Beanie Baby).
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