In the 1966 film "Stagecoach", Hatfield is a character portrayed by Ann-Margret. Hatfield is a saloon singer traveling by stagecoach from Tonto, Arizona to Lordsburg, New Mexico. She is depicted as a confident and flirtatious woman who is not afraid to use her charms to get what she wants. Throughout the journey, Hatfield becomes involved with several of the other passengers, and her presence adds to the film's dramatic tension. Her journey on the stagecoach is filled with challenges, and she must navigate dangerous situations and confront her own fears in order to survive. Ann-Margret's performance as Hatfield is a highlight of the film, and her character adds depth and interest to the story.