Nothing is forever, not even Netflix movies. The streaming service will remove over 60 titles this month, and once again, they’ll be getting rid of a bit of everything. It seems everyone might lose a favorite in this purge.

Classic movie fans aren’t going to get hit too hard, but the few titles they’re losing are pretty major. “Old Yeller” and "Swiss Family Robinson" will both expire on March 1. Those who enjoy their classics a little less family-friendly will likely be upset that “The Graduate” is leaving. Deceased “Graduate” director Mike Nichols was honored on Feb. 22 at the Academy Awards during the ‘In Memoriam’ segment, so it’s a little surprising that the film is leaving Netflix so soon. 

Kids will be losing many movies and TV shows, but most of the titles will be more familiar to their parents or older siblings. “Honey, I Shrunk The Kids,” “Jem and the Holograms” Seasons 1-3 and Lindsay Lohan’s “Freaky Friday” remake will expire from Netflix in March. Children might also be upset about losing “Phineas and Ferb” Seasons 1-3 and “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” Seasons 1-4. Both shows were orginally scheduled to expire in February, but it seems that their contracts were extended until March 16.

Those looking for more recent flicks to stream are in luck. Most of the titles expiring are from the 20th century. Anne Hathaway’s “Rachel Getting Married,” Heath Ledger’s “Lords of Dogtown” and Kate Hudson’s “Almost Famous” are among the few films released after the millenium that will disappear from Netflix on March 1. Find out what else will expire below.

Movies Disappearing From Netflix on March 1 (in year order):

“The Greatest Show on Earth” (1952)

“Hondo” (1953)

“Old Yeller” (1957)

“The Long, Hot Summer” (1958)

“Swiss Family Robinson” (1960)

“Hatari!” (1962)

“This Property Is Condemned” (1966)

“The Deadly Bees” (1967)

“The Graduate” (1967)

“Will Penny” (1968)

“Adios, Sabata” (1971)

“The People That Time Forgot” (1977)

“Saturday Night Fever” (1977)

“The Blue Lagoon” (1980)

“The Elephant Man” (1980)

“Ordinary People” (1980)

“Cheech and Chong’s Nice Dreams” (1981)

“Das Boot: Director’s Cut” (1981)

“Thief” (1981)

“Fright Night” (1985)

“Pretty in Pink” (1986)

“The Adventures of Milo and Otis” (1989)

“The Adventures of Baron Munchausen” (1989)

“Black Rain” (1989)

“Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” (1989)

“Troop Beverly Hills” (1989)

“Arachnophobia” (1990)

“Robocop 2” (1990)

“1492: Conquest of Paradise” (1992)

“Glengarry Glen Ross” (1992)

“Cool Runnings” (1993)

“Robin Hood: Men in Tights” (1993)

“Robocop 3” (1993)

“Dumb and Dumber” (1994)

“It Could Happen to You” (1994)

“Desperado” (1995)

“Devil in a Blue Dress” (1995)

“Leaving Las Vegas” (1995)

“Seven” (1995)

“Emma” (1996)

“Evita” (1996)

“Multiplicity” (1996)

“Grosse Pointe Blank” (1997)

“The Ice Storm” (1997)

“The Lair of the White Worm” (1997)

“The Blair Witch Project” (1999)

“Brokedown Palace” (1999)

“All the Pretty Horses” (2000)

“Almost Famous” (2000)

“Girlfight” (2000)

“Dogtown and Z Boys” (2001)

“Riding in Cars with Boys” (2001)

“Winged Migration” (2001)

“Freaky Friday” (2003)

“Hoodwinked” (2005)

“Lords of Dogtown” (2005)

“Fido” (2006)

“Rachel Getting Married” (2008)

“Hachi: A Dog’s Tale” (2009)

Movies Disappearing From Netflix on March 13:

“Bukowski: Born into This” (2003)

Movies Disappearing From Netflix on March 15:

“Charlie Chaplin Collection” (1914–1918)

TV Shows Disappearing From Netflix on March 4:

“Phineas and Ferb” Seasons 1-3 (2007–2011)

“The Secret Life of the American Teenager” Seasons 1-5 (2008–2012)

TV Shows Disappearing From Netflix on March 16:

“Jem and the Holograms” Seasons 1-3 (1985–1988)

“My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” Seasons 1-4 (2010–2013)