It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Beulah Bondi: Mrs. Bailey
Mr. Emil Gower : [voice-over] I owe everything to George Bailey. Help him, dear Father.
Giuseppe Martini : [voice-over] Joseph, Jesus and Mary. Help my friend, Mr. Bailey.
Ma Bailey : [voice-over] Help my son, George, tonight.
Bert : [voice-over] He never thinks about himself, God, that's why he's in trouble.
Ernie Bishop : [voice-over] George is a good guy. Give him a break, God.
Mary : [voice-over] I love him, dear Lord. Watch over him tonight.
Janie Bailey : [voice-over] Please, God, something's the matter with Daddy.
Zuzu Bailey : [voice-over] Please bring Daddy back.
Ernie Bishop : Just a minute! Quiet everybody! Quiet, quiet. Now get this, it's from London.
Ma Bailey : Oh!
Ernie Bishop : [Reading the telegram in his hand] Mr. Gower cabled you need cash, stop. My office instructed to advance you up to twenty-five thousand dollars, stop. Hee Haw and Merry Christmas! Sam Wainwright.
Ma Bailey : [kisses George] That's for nothing.
[in the alternate 'Pottersville' universe, George knocks on the front door of his former house which is now a run-down boarding house. His terribly-aged, unhappy mother opens the door]
Ma Bailey : [hostile tone] What? What! Who are you? Wadda want?
George Bailey : Mother?
Ma Bailey : Mother? I'm Ma Bailey! If you want a room... we're all full up. Get out of here!
George Bailey : Mother, don't you remember me? I'm your son, George.
Ma Bailey : George who? I've never had a son, named George! Get out of here before I call the police!
George Bailey : No... please Ma... I mean, Mrs. Bailey. Can't you let me come inside? It's cold out here and it's Christmas Eve. I'm in trouble and I'm going through something awful now. Can't you let me in for just a few minutes, for a cup of coffee or tea? It's just until I get over it.
Ma Bailey : Get over what? I don't let strangers into my house, not unless they're sent by someone I know.
George Bailey : But I know everyone you know! Like... your brother-in-law, Uncle Billy.
Ma Bailey : [suspicious] You know him?
George Bailey : Of course I do.
Ma Bailey : When'd you see him last?
George Bailey : Today, over at his house.
Ma Bailey : That's a lie! He's been locked up in an insane asylum upstate every since he lost his business! And if you ask me, that's where you belong too!
[Ma Bailey slams the door in George's face as he looks on with shock]