To complement Andrey Rekalo's response, Lusin's construction was generalized by Bagemihl and Seidel (Math. Zeitschrift 61 (1954), online here). See their Corollary 4 whose proof takes about 2 pages, much less than the original one by Lusin-Priwaloff. Of course the proof relies on Mergelyan's famous approximation theorem for which see Section 20.5 in Rudin: Real and Complex Analysis.
EDIT: Lvriemsurf asked in a comment if we can replace "almost every angle" by "every angle" in the construction. The answer is "no", as follows from the Lusin-Priwaloff theorems.