The disastrous flop that finished Sid Field's short career in films and forced the director Walter Forde to take early retirement, and I can see why.
A starring role for the delicious Margaret Lockwood, who was miscast, and even the small part for Irene Handl couldn't save this mess. Names also appearing that I know of were Peter Bull, Miles Malleson, silly arse Claude Hulbert and a major part for Jerry Desmonde, the nemesis of Norman Wisdom in a couple of his films.
Being really picky, Nell Gwynne would have only been aged about 10 when Oliver Cromwell was in power, and not the sexy wench she was portrayed as. Also, there was too much "Thou" and "Thee" for me, as though we didn't realise it was set in the 17th century. And the set "comedy" pieces were abysmal.