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Photo newspaper clipping, black and white: Newspaper clipping of "The Birds" movie opening at the Analy Theatre in Sebastopol April 17, 1963. The people identified are L-R: Dick Gambogi, manager of Analy Theatre, Mrs. Gambogi, Rose Gaffney, whose Bodega Head home was a setting for the picture: Mayor George Groves, Mrs. Groves, Mrs. Al Rabinovitz (partially visible behind her husband) and Al Rabinovitz, president, Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce. Rose Gaffney is further known for leading the opposition to Pacific Gas & Electric Company's attempt to build a nuclear power plant at Bodega Head in the 1960s.