Is Anakin Skywalker the only Jedi to produce children?
Please separate answers into canon film and other sources.
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Anakin Skywalker => Luke & Leia
Leia Organa => Ben (unknown last name) aka Kylo Ren. In all fairness, she never became a Jedi that we know outside EU/Legends, so this may not count.
Way way way way too many to count. Notable (or just random) examples include:
A whole bunch of Jedi children in aptly named "Children of the Jedi" book by Barbara Humbly
Corran Horn was a grandson of a Jedi
Sharad Hett's son who became important in EU timeline. In all fairness, that was AFTER he resigned from Jedi order officially.
There was one Jedi who was explicitly permitted to marry (several wives) and have children because his species was basically going extinct as it was.
As far as I recall, many students at Luke's Jedi Academy were Jedi descendants. That was one of the way he searched for them.
Kam Solusar's father was a Jedi Master
Ta'ania's mother was a child of a Jedi Master
Margolis Mingla (Cray Mingla's mother) was a child of a Jedi.
Keiran Halcyon (Corran Horn's ancestor from 400 BBY, so well after Old Republic and Jedi new family rules)
All the main protagonists who were Jedi (Luke+Mara Jade and Leia) had children. Luke and Mara had several generations of descendents, ending with Kor and then Cade Skywalkers.
Obviously, going back to Old Republic times, Jedi were allowed to marry and have kids, until the rules changed around Great Sith War.