| Isidor Litwack|
Film director, writer
| 7 October 1899 (1899-10-07) Balta, Podolia, Ukraine|
August 20, 1982, Santa Monica, California, United States
Wake of the Red Witch, The Fighting Seabees, The Black Scorpion, Big Jim McLain, The Last Gangster
Gail Russell, Luther Adler, Richard Denning, John Payne, Gig Young
Edward Ludwig Wikipedia
Edward Irving Ludwig (7 October 1899 – 20 August 1982) was a Russian-born American film director and writer. He directed nearly 100 films between 1921 and 1963 (some under the names Edward I. Luddy and Charles Fuhr).
Ludwig was also one of the directors of John Payne's NBC western series The Restless Gun (1957-1959). Ludwig and Erle C. Kenton were the principal directors of the CBS television series, The Texan (1958-1960), starring Rory Calhoun as a "Robin Hood of the West" who drifts through the region helping persons in need. The Texan in its first season ran opposite The Restless Gun in its second and last season.
Ludwig was born in Russia, entered the United States from Canada on March 6, 1911, became a naturalized citizen December 23, 1932, and died in Santa Monica, California.