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October is the tenth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar.
October may also refer to:
- Oktober is the name of a three-part 1998 British television series, starring Stephen Tompkinson, Lydzia Englert, Maria Lennon, and James Duke; whose plot centres around October - 'Oktober' in German - as the deadline when a Swiss pharmaceutical company's principal money-making drug goes off patent, and the rush for a new experimental (and very dangerous) drug, 'Menta-Zone,' to replace it
- October (singer) (born 1983), British female musician and recording artist
- October (U2 album), by U2
- "October" (song), the title song of that album
- October, a 2014 novel by Zoë Wicomb
- October (Claire Hamill album), by Claire Hamill
- October: Ten Days That Shook the World, a 1927 film directed by Sergei Eisenstein telling the story of the 1917 October Revolution
- October (film), a 2010 Peruvian film directed by brothers Daniel and Diego Vega Vidal
- October, a painting by French painter James Tissot
- "October", a song by the alternative rock band Evanescence
- "October", a song by a-ha from their 1986 album Scoundrel Days
- "October" (Whitacre), a composition for concert band composed by Eric Whitacre
- "October", Op. 131, a tone poem for orchestra composed by Dmitri Shostakovich
- October (journal), a journal published by the MIT Press
- October Club, an early 17th-century London dining society frequented by British Tory-leaning writers and artists
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