April 1 is also known as April Fool's Day.
- 1973 - The Wonderful World of Disney episode "Call It Courage" airs on NBC.
- 1998 - The Bear in the Big Blue House episode "Love Is All You Need/It's A Mystery To Me" premieres on Playhouse Disney.
- 2000 - The Weekenders episodes "Makeover" and "The New Girl" premiere on ABC.
- 2012 - The Once Upon a Time episode "The Stable Boy" premieres on ABC.
- BUNK'D premieres on Disney Channel with the episode "For Love and Money".
- Doc McStuffins premieres on Disney Junior with the episodes "Baby Names" and "Night Night, Lala".
- Walk the Prank premieres on Disney XD.
- 2019 - 101 Dalmatian Street premieres on Disney Channel, Disney XD, and Disney Junior with the episodes "Dog's Best Friend" and "Boom Night".
Theme park happenings
- 1995 - Disney's Blizzard Beach, the third water park at Walt Disney World in Florida, opens to the public.
- 2012 - Disneyland Paris' 20th anniversary celebrations begins.
- 2019 - Armageddon - Les Effets Speciaux will close at Walt Disney Studios Park.
- 1991 - Alice in Wonderland
- 1994 - The Classic Storybook adaptation of Winnie the Pooh is released.
- 2004 - The Dragon Hunter
- 2012 - The books Mickey Mouse: The Magical Story, Pinocchio: The Magical Story, The Jungle Book: The Magical Story, The Lady and the Tramp: The Magical Story, and Bambi: The Magical Story are released.
VHS & DVD releases
- 2014 - The Pirate Fairy
DVD & Blu-ray releases
- 1932 - Debbie Reynolds (actress, singer, dancer, and businesswoman)
- 1953 - Barry Sonnenfeld (director, producer, screenwriter, and cinematographer)
- 1957 - Andreas Deja (animator)
- 1968 - Christine Lawrence Finney (animator)
- 1983 - Matt Lanter (actor, voice artist, former reality TV personality, and model)
- 1985 - Josh Zuckerman (actor)
- 1995 - Logan Paul (YouTuber, internet personality, actor, podcast host, and professional boxer)
- 1979 - Barbara Luddy (actress and voice actress)
- 2010 - John Forsythe (actor)
- 2015 - Bob Walker (animator, storyboard artist, producer, and director)
- 2020 - Adam Schlesinger (songwriter, composer, and record producer)
|≪||March 31||Timeline||April 2||≫|
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.