What was the first motion picture produced by the Church primarily for a non-member audience?
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The first motion picture produced by the Church primarily for a non-LDS audience was "Man's Search for Happiness." It premiered in 1964 at the New York World's Fair, where it was viewed by some 5 million people. Church-produced movies up to then were directed toward LDS viewers.
"Man's Search for Happiness," which explains the purpose of mortality, was remade in 1986. The newer version retained the recorded narration by Elder Richard L. Evans of the Quorum of the Twelve, who had died since the making of the original film.
Source: "Motion Pictures, LDS Productions," Encyclopedia of Mormonism, vol. 2.