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This is actually the second time I've posted this.  Hoping some of the new members might know what it is.

Okay, I think it starts out with a real-life scene of a class in a museum.  Some boys are messing around and one of them, I guess, it being picked on.  Then the one kid leaves or runs off or hides.  While he's dreaming, it suddenly turns to a claymation of some cavemen.  The "hero" is a caveman who thinks outside the box and comes up with all sorts of new inventions.  This angers the others and he is kicked out of the cave.  So he and some of his animal friends begin building a house built of stones and treetops.  While building it, he sings a song, "I wonder why...  the birds do fly.  Who tells the sun...  to sleep at night?  I wonder why, why, why, why, wonder, wonder why."  In the end I think it goes back to the museum and the boy had learned something or another in the dream and life was happier after that.

Sound familiar?

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Oh my gosh!!  I found it, I found it!  Just for kicks, I went online once more and googled around for this.  Lo and behold!  I found the title.  If'n you want to know, it's Stanley and the Dinosaurs.  Made in either 1989 or 1990, part of John Matthews collection (whatever that means).  

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