James and Margaret Dutton’s fate revealed in premiere of ‘1923’

New Paramount+ series 1923the newest yellowstone Spin-off, reveals more about the Dutton family history and what happened to the characters 1883.

Taylor Sheridan continues to tell the story of Montana ranch owners, this time filling in the gaps between their origins 1883 and the modern of yellowstone.

latest story, 1923, debuted on December 18th on Paramount+ and wasted no time in revealing what happened to the main characters in 1883, James and Margaret Dutton. The episode also began with a surprise reappearance of another Dutton family member who died there 1883.

news week has detailed everything we know so far about the Dutton family tree, but to bring you up to speed, here’s what happened to the members of the Dutton family where we met 1883.

James Dutton

A recent episode of yellowstone showed James Dutton’s tombstone, which still stands at the Yellowstone ranch. It revealed that he died ten years after the events of 1883, in 1893. The probable cause of his death is seen in a flashback on an episode of yellowstone where John comes home with gunshot wounds and collapses, although what his fate is at this point is unknown.

In the opening minutes of 1923the trusted narrator, Elsa reveals that her father has died, prompting Margaret to write to his brother and “beg” for help in this wild land.

We saw James in flashback scenes in Season 4 of yellowstoneglancing at him as he adjusts to life in Montana, but it seems his time there has been cut short.

Descent of the Dutton family 1883 and 1923
James (Tim McGraw) and Margaret Dutton (Faith Hill) were the main characters of 1883, while Jacob (Harrison Ford) and Cara Dutton (Helen Mirren) are the main protagonists in 1923.
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Margaret Dutton

Margaret Dutton’s tombstone was also featured in Season 5 Episode 6 of yellowstone, although it was not clear when she died. Elsa reveals that he arrived a year after she wrote the letter to Jacob and found her frozen in a snowdrift with the two boys John and Spencer, “half-starved and barely able to speak”.

The narrator again informs the audience that she passed away not long after James died. It is believed that “the cold” got hold of her and caused her death.

She and James left behind their two sons, who we see alive and well on the new show 1923.

Elsa Dutton

A surprising addition to 1923 is the voice of Elsa Dutton, with actress Isabel May reprising her role.

Her character stole the show 1883before her early death in the finale marked the reason the Dutton family settled at Yellowstone Ranch in Montana.

1883 Elsa Dutton
Isabel May as Elsa in the Paramount+ original series 1883.
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Elsa told everything 1883and although 40 years have passed since her death, she also narrates the opening episode of 1923.

John Dutton Sr.

Just a boy last time we saw him 1883John Dutton Sr. is well into his forties when we meet him again 1923.

James Badge Dale takes over the role, replacing young actor Audie Rick. Decades later, he’s now hard at work at Yellowstone ranch as Harrison Ford’s character Jacob Dutton’s right-hand man. Jacob raised John and Spencer as his own, and according to Elsa in Episode 1, “He took her father’s dream and turned it into an empire.”

He is now married to Emma Dutton, played by Marley Shelton. Together they have a son, James Dutton, although they are later expected to give birth to John Dutton II, father of Yellowstone’s John Dutton III.

https://www.newsweek.com/james-margaret-dutton-fate-revealed-yellowstone-prequel-1923-premiere-1766685 James and Margaret Dutton’s fate revealed in premiere of ‘1923’

Rick Schindler

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