White Mama (1980 TV Movie)
B.T. Williamson: My Mama never gave me no real name. B.T. stands for 'Boy Ten.'
Adele Malone: [after receiving an eviction notice] I ought to burn this place to the ground right now.
Adele Malone: I'm being evicted from my home, and I don't know what to do.
Father Gannon: Surely you've got relatives... friends?
Adele Malone: Haven't anybody.
Father Gannon: I see... Of course you've applied to Welfare.
Adele Malone: I won't take Welfare. I'm not indigent. I'm not poor. I... I just run out of money.
Father Gannon: Perhaps one of the women in the parish will take you in... at least for a time.
Adele Malone: And then what? For thirty-five years, I've haven't missed a Sunday Mass. Every year, Easter duty. A dollar in every collection plate that was passed. And I come to you for help, and you tell me that "some woman in the parish" might take me in for a while?
Father Gannon: In serious cases, I've been authorized to allocate fifty dollars...
Adele Malone: I've no place to live!
Father Gannon: Take the fifty dollars. It's what I can do.