April 1915

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The following events occurred in April 1915:

April 1, 1915 (Thursday)[edit]

April 2, 1915 (Friday)[edit]

April 3, 1915 (Saturday)[edit]

April 4, 1915 (Sunday)[edit]

April 5, 1915 (Monday)[edit]

April 6, 1915 (Tuesday)[edit]

April 7, 1915 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 8, 1915 (Thursday)[edit]

April 9, 1915 (Friday)[edit]

April 10, 1915 (Saturday)[edit]

April 11, 1915 (Sunday)[edit]

  • Charlie Chaplin's film The Tramp was released. Although Chaplin had portrayed the character in earlier films, it was first that nailed down the character's trademarks, by placing less on slapstick and more on story, such as the Tramp's willingness to be kind and help others. It was also the fifth and final film Chaplin made with Essanay Studios.[19]

April 12, 1915 (Monday)[edit]

April 13, 1915 (Tuesday)[edit]

April 14, 1915 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 15, 1915 (Thursday)[edit]

April 16, 1915 (Friday)[edit]

April 17, 1915 (Saturday)[edit]

April 18, 1915 (Sunday)[edit]

April 19, 1915 (Monday)[edit]

April 20, 1915 (Tuesday)[edit]

April 21, 1915 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 22, 1915 (Thursday)[edit]

April 23, 1915 (Friday)[edit]

April 24, 1915 (Saturday)[edit]

April 25, 1915 (Sunday)[edit]

April 26, 1915 (Monday)[edit]

April 27, 1915 (Tuesday)[edit]

April 28, 1915 (Wednesday)[edit]

April 29, 1915 (Thursday)[edit]

April 30, 1915 (Friday)[edit]

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